"30 Years In The Bathroom" as written by Malcolm Roy Treece, Robert Jones, Malcolm Gilks and Miles Stephen Hunt....
My lavatory has been my sanctuary
And it's easy for you to laugh at me
'Cause I been 30 good years in the bathroom, baby
Rub-a-dub-dub one man in a tub and it's me
Always me

[Chorus]
And now the time has come to share the joke
That the latch on the bathroom door is broke
And now it's time to let you know
That it's only the beat of my heart that is slow
Who's fault is this? I deny that it's mine
I been stuck in here since 1959
That's 30 good years in the bathroom baby

But it's okay, yeah it's okay
'Cause when they come to take me away
I will be clean, I will be clean

[Chorus]

Well I been 30 years in a bad mood, baby
But it's okay, yeah it's okay ''cause that's better
Than 30 years on the back seat of a car

Oh beat me with the pumice stone
Eight to the bar

[Chorus]


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"30 Years in the Bathroom" as written by Malcolm Roy Treece Malcolm Gilks

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    General CommentApparently written after Miles Hunt took a major "huff" one night on tour and locked himself in the... you've gussed it, bathroom!
    meansongon June 04, 2010   Link

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