"Stereotypes [Live Wembley Arena]" as written by and Damon/james Albarn....
The suburbs they are dreaming
They're a twinkle in her eye
She's been feeling frisky
Since her husband said goodbye
She wears a low cut T-shirt runs a little B&B
She's most accommodating when she's in her lingerie

Wife swapping is the future
You know that it would suit you

Yes, they're stereotypes
There must be more to life
All your life you are dreaming
And then you stop dreaming
From time to time you know
You should be going on another bender

The suburbs they are sleeping
But he's dressing up tonight
She likes a man in uniform he loves to wear it tight
They're on the lovers sofa they're on the patio
And when the fun is over watch themselves on video

The neighbors may be staring
But they are just past caring


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"Stereotypes" as written by David Rowntree Steven Alexander James

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