[Verse 1]
The golden boy in my head
He polishes a medal
With wit and a bit of muscle
He always keeps it level
Got bass tones in the buggy
So he gives a heavy hello
And if he’s 1940’s He whistles through a meadow
He’s pressed upon me
I should
Should have known it
I should

[Chorus]
I should have know it when
I cast that spell as I got my hair cut short
He called me tiger
And he ruffled me for sport
I should have known it when
My brother punched and kicked his earrings off!
Stifled the magpie and has not gone near jewelry seriously since then

[Verse 2]
We make the boy a banner
Heavy so he can carry
Carry but he can’t look up
And ever read the letters
I make my life his double
Try and do what he’s gonna
And if I’m gonna sweat it
I take a glass of water
Are you happy with that?
Happy?
Happy with that?
Happy?

[Chorus]
I should have know it when
I cast that spell as I got my hair cut short
He called me tiger
And he ruffled me for sport
I should have known it when
My brother punched and kicked his earrings off!
Stifled the magpie and has not gone near jewelry seriously since then

[Outro]
Oh to see swathes of them
With not a thing chipped off nothing chipped on
Born in silence, slid easy through an edgeless tube
From the first lips
Then all lips after waiting to be told


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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