"Pizza Boy" as written by and Morrison....
Pizza boy
Will you deliver me some words of joy
I'm sick and tired of all the hate and war
And I just need something more

Paper boy
Will you deliver me some words of joy
I'm sick and tired of all the hate and war
And I just need something more

Postman, please
I don't want bills for my utilities
You can keep 'em for another day
Or throw them all away

I want good news, happy news
Monkey-in-a-nappy news
A big fat tabby cat
Fostering an orphan rat
A dog in a wig or a pig on a diet
If you can't give me peace, then give me quiet

Politician, oh
I don't care about your manifesto
I can live without more thin, disguised
Or bare-faced lies today

Jehovah's, hey
Would you leave my door alone today
I agree the world is in a state
But I'm in no mood for debate

I don't need awakening
Fixing or straightening
I do my own catering
Paint-and-decoratoring
I don't need to prove myself to anyone politically
And I don't want to move from gas to electricity

I believe
It's just as good to give as to receive
But chugger, I'm compassion fatigued
And world-wearied right now

I don't need a rock star to tell me what my morals are
I doubt you can change things in a Golden Circle drinking Pimm's
I don't need the Queen of Pop to lecture me and tell me off
And I don't need a guilt trip from the head of Microsoft

Parcelforce
Bring me a boxset of Inspector Morse
I'll phone for pizza and for garlic bread
I'm going back to bed

Pizza boy
Will you deliver me some words of joy
I'm sick and tired of all the hate and war
And I just need something more


Lyrics submitted by BrutalBart

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