"Not Such A Bad Boy" as written by Murray William Burns, Stephen Anthony Gilpin and Barry Bruce (kevin) Stanton....
This boy he's not old yet, he's not learnt to behave
His older folks are watching him, and laughing from their graves
They did things in younger days
To make this boy look tame
All he'll do is learn to fight to play their silly games
He's not such a bad boy!

All he really wants to find is if he's in or out
In the workings of his mind,
The working of a lout,
Comic strips and flashlight trips
They are his way of life
These feelings bottled up inside
Are enough to make him shout
I'm not such a bad boy!

This boy he's not old yet, he's not learnt to behave
His older folks are watching him, and laughing from their graves
He only wants to break away and start anew his life
But all he'll do is learn to fight and play their silly games
He's not such a bad boy!


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