"I Don't Want to Be Nice" as written by and Hannett/hopkins/cooper Clarke....
Here he comes now the fast fingers, the expert eyes
And the same old how do you do
Disgust is just his dumb disguise
He wants a word with you
His problems are the end his mouth needs exercise
The last thing I need is another friend I don't want to be nice

I don't want to be nice I think it's clever to swear
Better seek some sound advice better look elsewhere
Your face is an obvious case you shouldn't put it about
This is neither the time nor place to sort these matters out
What you see is what you get you only live twice
A friend in need is a friend in debt I don't want to be nice

We never met before I'm very happy to say
Far from perfect strangers I'd like to keep it that way
I'm not your psychoanalyst I'd rather talk to mice
You're so easy to resist I don't want to be nice


Lyrics submitted by sepultura1987

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