"Why Don't You Do It" as written by and Barrie Cadogan Lewis Reuben Wharton....
Been a strange old week,
With the stuff you didn't do and the people you meet,
And digging up words like pulling teeth,
Got a face, a number
And a name that she goe under,
Guess there's plenty worse places to be,

So why don't you do it?
Yeah, why don't you do it?

Ain't no harm
In having just a bit more fun,
Whether you like it or not,
Make no place for dragging down your face,
Don't you know it's the best one that you got.

Break that bank,
You never know you might draw blanks,
Then again it might sort you out,
'Cause life is short and love is shorter,
With a hung drawn mind that's cut up into quaters so, It's never gonna leave your doubt.


Lyrics submitted by talkingbird

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