Let's start a family,
To fill up your life,
On the days when I'm away.
I know (I know, I know, I know) you've heard it all,
But still I'd like to think that I tried this once to save you.
Let's start a family.

Life lacks little interlocking plastic crap,
In yellow, red and blue.
Life lacks something we can throw our lives into.

Dakota (kota... kota... kota)'s calling me.
I know (I know, I know, I know) that it needs me.
I know that your mind is not where it needs to be,
And somehow mine is.
Slipping on the hardwood floor,
And the baby's not worth saving.
And the doggy's not worth killing.

Life lacks little interlocking plastic crap,
In yellow, red and blue.
Life lacks something we can throw our lives into.


Lyrics submitted by madhatter488

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