"Family of Leeches" as written by Russell Pritchard, David Mccabe, Abigail Harding and Sean / Payne....
A Family of leaches
Lives on my road
And if you ever want to make eye contact
They tell you off just for a joke

You can tell by their features
Their spines are so big
That's why they are always moving from place to place
Escaping troubles that they know they can't win

But the wife of the family
She's so good
She's been a worker all her life
And she know if she leaves the
When he wakes ups, he'll be crying

She needs a man with real respect
A man without a rat to protect
She's always good
Always good

The kids have no teachers
They robbed my radio
I went to see the father face to face
And he was acting like he just didn't know

I got my own experience
(own experience)
And my own business
(my own business)
I need to pay you respect now
So he thinks I'm dangerous

The wife in the family
She looked up from the corner of her eyes
And she knows is unaware
And soon I will be trying

She needs a man with real respect
A man without a rat to protect
She's always good
Always good

Wait for the sunset
To cover our sins
Soon I'll be gone
And she'll go back again
I told her I knew
So she can save her speeches
'Cause I don't want to live
Next to a family of leaches

She needs a man with real respect
A man without a rat to protect
She's always good
Always good


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"Family of Leeches" as written by David Mccabe Abigail Harding

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