"Deadbeat Club [LP Edit]" as written by and Kate/schneider Pierson....
(Huh, get a job, what for, I'm trying to think!)

I was good, I could talk
A mile a minute
On this caffeine buzz I was on
We were really hummin'
We would talk every day for hours
We belong to the deadbeat club
Any way we can
We're gonna find something
We'll dance in the garden in torn sheets in the rain
We'll dance in the garden in torn sheets in the rain
In the rain

We're the deadbeat club (deadbeat club)
We're the deadbeat club (deadbeat club)
We're the deadbeat club (deadbeat club)
We're the deadbeat club

Going down to Allen's for
A twenty-five cent beer
And the jukebox playing real loud
"Ninety-six tears"
We're wild girls walkin' down the street
Wild girls and boys going out for a big time

We're the deadbeat club (deadbeat club)
We're the deadbeat club (deadbeat club)
We're the deadbeat club (deadbeat club)
We're the deadbeat club

Let's go crash that party down
In Normaltown tonight
Then we'll go skinny-dippin'
In the moonlight
We're wild girls walkin' down the street
Wild girls and boys going out for a big time
Anyway we can
We're gonna find something
We'll dance in the garden in torn sheets in the rain
We'll dance in the garden in torn sheets in the rain
In the rain

We're the deadbeat club (deadbeat club)
We're the deadbeat club (deadbeat club)
We're the deadbeat club (deadbeat club)
We're the deadbeat club (deadbeat club)

Oh-oh no, here they come!
The members of the deadbeat club
(Deadbeat club)
Oh-oh no, here they come!
The members of the deadbeat club
(Deadbeat club)
Oh-oh no, here they come!
The members of the deadbeat club
(Deadbeat club)
Oh-oh no, here they come!
The members of the deadbeat club


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"Deadbeat Club" as written by Fred Schneider Cindy Wilson

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