My new house
You should see my new house
My new house
You should see my new house

I don't know that much about it
I bought it off the Baptists
I get all the bills
And I get pissed
Damn polyester fills

Hmm
(OK, chorus)
I can't stand a place that's really common like this
I can't stand a place that's really common like this

My new house
You should see my new house
Keep away from my new house

Wash the drawers of pills
It's got a window sill

Hmm
(OK, good)
To the middle of us
To the middle of us

My new house
Where the beatniks hang out
My new house
You should see my new house

I care, care about . . .
She won't grow up to be a problem
I don't have . . .
Won't grow up to be a problem

My new house
You should see my new house
My new house
You should see my new house

Sometimes I think I'll ring up Swine-Tax
And go back to my flat
Sometimes I think I'll ring up Swine-Tax
And go back to my flat

My new house
That's one bad thing about it
According to the postman
It's like the bleeding bank of England
According to the postman
It's like the bleeding bank of England

Creosote tar fence surrounds it
Those razor blades eject when I press eject
My new house
You should see my new house
My new house
What it's all about

There are rumors flying
About a little haunted pillow
Mr. Rhythm . . . coming with me
Mr. Rhythm . . . coming with me
And he plays with his psycho radio

In my new house
You should see my new house
My new house
You should see my new house

You should see my new house
My new house
You should see my new house


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

My New House (Fall cover) song meanings
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