I'm the fellow who goes into a restaurant
Sits down, and patiently waits
While the waitresses finish their visiting
Before taking my order
I'm the fellow who goes into a department store
Stands quietly while the clerks chitchat

I'm the fellow who drives into a service station
And never blows his horn
But lets the attendant take his time
You might say I'm a good guy
But you know who else that I am?
I'm the fellow who never comes back
Yes, I'm the fellow who never comes back

It amuses me to see businesses spending so much money
Every year to get me back
When I was there in the first place
All they needed to do was give me some service
And extend a little courtesy
In fact, I was the most important person in the world to them
I was a customer

But now I'm the fellow who never comes back
Yes I'm the fellow who never comes back
I'm never going back
I'm never going back

Eyes driving me out of my mind
Yes, I think I'm going out of my head
I'm going out of my mind
Yes, I'm going out of my head
Day and night, night and day
Day and night and night and day and night
Night and day and day and night and day and night
Day and night and night and day and night
Good night, good night, good night
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good night, night
good night, night
*inaudible*
Day and night and night and
Good night, good night, good night
*inaudible*
Day and night


Lyrics submitted by joelm, edited by erjaq666

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