"Fat as a Fiddle" as written by Christopher Henry Difford and Boo Hewerdine....
I'm never thin I'm never svelte
I always wore the bigger belt
I never thought I needed help choosing what to eat each moutful
A real treat but when I look and see there's a greater part of me

I see the men who work at the gym they have a ripple
With every limb they never have this excess skin
To cover up their age we're on a different page
I look like a tree there's a greater part of me
It's so hard to put on my socks each morning
When I wake I see myself when I was thin

And the hearts I used to break
Now I have tits just like my mum
I'm out breath before I run I like to eat
Because it's fun but it comes at such a price.
I'm on the old brown rice and the herbal tea

For the greater part of me
I always played the boy in goal cross country runs
Became a stroll I was the doughnut and the hole
But inside I felt great I always licked my plate my face

Full of beans there's a greater part of me
It's so hard to put on my socks each morning
When I wake I see myself when I was thin and the hearts
I used to break and it's so hard to pull in the street
But it never seems too late, it's so hard


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"Fat as a Fiddle" as written by Mark Nicholas Hewerdine Christopher Difford

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