"Mother and I" as written by Martin Richard Gilks, Miles Stephen Hunt, Robert Jones and Malcolm Roy Treece....
I'd like to be what some of the fuss is all about,
Excuse me mother while I scream and shout,
Pass me the key, I'd like to let myself out and go....
Excuse me, mother, I am only bleeding,
Is that a family manual you are reading,
Don't you think that it's a little bit too late?
'cause I'm already the consequence of somebody else's fate
It's a mundane experience living with Mother and I,
You'd rather catch something contraversial and die.
Don't you know that it's making me see red
And I doubt if she's heard a silge word that I've said.



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"Mother and I" as written by Martin Richard Gilks Malcolm Roy Treece

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