"Dustman" as written by Shaun Ryder, Paul Richard Davis, Mark Philip Day, Paul Anthony Ryder and Gary Kenneth Whelan....
It took three million years Now its my turn to see it
Ive got to go back I just don't believe it Do you love it?
Oh I bet you do Do you need it?
Well, I'm just like you Smiley bug eyed mung worm at the bottom of the bottle
Lay of its back on the bottom of the bottle
It took three million years to meet Mr. Helpful
But now that I've meet him I'm extremely doubtful

Are you healthy? Well I just eat fruit
But I tell you man It just don't suit
You're the bug eyed mung worm at the bottom of the bottle
Lay on its back and talking pure twaddle
Its my turn now and there's always a houseful
And saying the right thing Its always a mouthful
It took three million years to meet Mr. Moonlight
To finally ask him To put everything right

You're the big bug eyed mung worm at the bottom of the bottle
Lay on its back and your talking pure twaddle
To make you more smiley You drink olive oil
It gives me pure headache When your cooking with foil
Its my turn now And there's always a houseful
And saying the right thing its always a mouthful


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"Dustman" as written by Gary Kenneth Whelan Paul Anthony Ryder

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