"Mr Z" as written by Richard Frederick Stannard, Richard Graham Thomas Norris, Richard Abidin Breen, Sean Kieran Conlon, Julian Gallagher and Jason Scott Brown....
Excuse me can you help me straighten up my head?
I got a new friend by the name of Mr Z.
Well what's wrong with that, don't ya like what you see?
Hmm... If I had a choice yo I'd rather be me
You see he's kinda not like kinda average kinda guy
Kinda say what make you kinda say why
Did you see that what he did to his cat
It's all big and fat and now it wears caps.

Here we go agian.
Mr Zuvaloppa got a crazy life
With a house on the corner for his kids and whife.
Works all day tryin' to make ends meet
Just the same as everybody does down his street.
Mr Zuvaloppa got a brand new car
But he likes a little drink so he can't drive far.
He used to have a mini but he's six foot four.
Mr Zuvaloppa don't want it anymore.

Yo you gotta sit back relax while
I hit you with a tale of a guy
Who would try but he's always gonna fail
M I S T E are Z he doesn't realise
That it wasn't really meant to be
Him up at the top he never want to stop

The fool up in the pool doin' a big
Belly flop
Now even sunbathing he could never get
It right
Cause he even tried to do it in the middle
Of the night.

Here we go again.
Mr Zuvaloppa got a crazy life
With a house on the corner for his kids and wife.
Works all day tryin' to make ends meet
Just the same as everybody does down his street.
Mr Zuvaloppa got a brand new car
But he likes a little drink so he can't drive far.
He used to have a mini but he's six foot four.
Mr Zuvaloppa don't want it anymore. (repeat until end)


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"Mr Z" as written by Richard Graham Thomas Norris Richard Frederick Stannard

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