"Spectacular Rival" as written by and George Barnett Joel Pott....
Violence in the air, cut those stares
We’re just window shopping
Won’t you dance with me?
I’m gonna knock you down
Have you after hours

Too many sherbet dips you’ll get licked
If you carry on this way
Beautiful punchbag
I'm gonna lay you down
Just call me Mr. Ground, oh

I'm not that kind of man in the day
Won't you hold me steady spectacular rival?
And I've had medicine
Though you're not my friend
I’ll love you 'till the end

Either way
Heaven's got a place for me
Your majesty
Why you got it in for me?

Either way
Heaven's got a place for me
Your majesty
Why you got it in for me?

Either way
Heaven's got a place for me
Your majesty
Why you got it in for me?

Either way
Heaven's got a place for me
Your majesty
Why you got it in for me?


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"Spectacular Rival" as written by Joel Laslett Pott George Barnett

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    General CommentViolence in the air, cuthroat stares, not "cut those stares".

    Sherbert dips, not "sugar dips".

    Mr. Brown, not "Mr. Ground".

    Disturbing song. Seriously.
    42 stepson January 05, 2016   Link
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    General CommentMr Brown could be a reference to John Brown, Queen Victoria's servant and close friend, and "your majesty" a reference to Queen Victoria herself, but I never thought of their relationship as disturbing, unlike this song, which kind of is...love it, though.
    ForgetMeNot13on August 01, 2016   Link

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