"The Most Beautiful Girl (In the Room)" as written by Bret Mckenzie and Jemaine Clement....
Well, looking 'round the room, I can tell that you
Are the most beautiful girl in the room
In the whole wide room

And when you're on the street, depending on the street
I'll bet you are definitely in the top three
Good looking girls on the street
Depending on the street

And when I saw you at my mate's place
I thought, What is she doing at my mate's place?
How did Dave get a hottie like that to a party like this?
Good one, Dave, ooh, you're a legend Dave

I asked Dave if he's gonna make a move on you
He's not sure, I said, "Dave, do you mind if I do?"
He says, he doesn't mind, but I can tell he kind of minds
But I'm gonna do it anyway

I see you standing all alone by the stereo
I dim the lights down to very low, here we go

You're so beautiful, oh, you could be a waitress
You could be an air hostess in the 60's
You're so beautiful, well, you could be a part-time model
And then I seal the deal, I do my move and dance the robots

It's 12:02, just me and you
And seven other dudes around you on the dance floor
I draw you near, let's get out of here
Let's get in a cab, I'll buy you a kebab

And I can't believe that I'm sharing
A kebab with the most beautiful girl
I have ever seen with a kebab, oh yeah, yeah

Oh, why don't we leave? Let's go to your house
And we can feel each other up on the couch
Oh, no, I don't mind taking it slow
No, yeah

You're so beautiful
You're so beautiful
Well, you're like one of those girls
I've definitely been talking to in the chat rooms

You're so beautiful
Wildslutangel22@yahoo
You're so beautiful
Like a tree or some nice ceramics or something
Or like a high-class prostitute, a high-class prostitute
A high-class, high-class

Oh, so beautiful
Well, you could be a part-time model
Well, you'd probably still have to keep your normal job
Part-time model

But I can see you at an auto show dancing on a car
Part-time model
Oh, you spending part of your time modeling
And part of your time next to me, next to me
And I suppose the rest of the time doing your normal job


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"The Most Beautiful Girl in the Room" as written by Jemaine Clement Bret Mckenzie

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