"Schumacher the Champagne" as written by and Matthew Edward/haggis Murphy....
Schumacher the Champagne
My teeth have never looked quite this yellow and my body never quite this fat
I'll pay well over the odds just to have some teenage abandoned bar
I hit the ice of the fifth of Jan and I swear it was an act of faith

But I don't get angry when I'm feeling down
I just take my thoughts into the centre of town
And Schumacher the Champagne never needed good cause to celebrate
Schumacher the Champagne, might as well be proud of last place

We used to set ourselves on fire when chemistry was twice a week
And now I pay for it over a counter whilst they become fitness freaks
My bad habits are taking over all the good left inside
But I don't get angry when I'm feeling down

I just take my thoughts into the centre of town
And Schumacher the Champagne never needed good cause to celebrate
Schumacher the Champagne, might as well be proud of last place
And Schumacher the Champagne never needed good cause to celebrate

Oh take me as I am
Oh take me as I am
Oh take me as I am
or not at all

Or not at all
Or not at all
Or not at all
Or not at all
Or not at all


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"Schumacher the Champagne" as written by Daniel Joseph Haggis Matthew Edward Murphy

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