Dad, I'm in love with a Cherokee Indian squaw
We don't need to watch Miss World
Turn over to World of Sport
Miss Uganda, Miss UK, Miss Israel
We don't need you any more
We don't need you any more

We are unusual men
Though we walk with you
We don't think like you
We are not like you
We see with unusual eyes
We have unusual minds
We wear one-piece suits
We are not you

Mitzi and Rusty are on World of Sport
But I'm waiting for my Indian squaw
I'm waiting for my Indian squaw
Miss West Germany, Miss Yugoslavia, Miss Popular Front
I don't need you any more
I don't need you any more

We are unusual men
Though we walk with you
We don't think like you
We are not you
We see with unusual eyes
We have unusual minds
We wear one-piece suits
We are not you

There is no internet, and no mobile phones. You wanna meet up with someone, give them a call on the blower. Don't be late for a date. Sometimes you just gotta take a chance. 'Cause in this version of living, not everyone is connected up by the GPO.

Easy, easy, Gorgeous George
Easy, easy, Gorgeous George

The plumber, being a man of his time, knew all this, and figured that the most effective way to give his message over to the masses was by printing up leaflets that revealed his secret knowledge. Soon, a large proportion of the wrestling-loving West Midlands public would know the identity of Kendo Nagasaki, that most unusual masked man.

We are unusual men
Unusual men, unusual men
We are unusual men
Unusual men, unusual men

Dad, I'm in love with a Cherokee Indian squaw
We don't need to watch Miss World
Turn over to World of Sport


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