"Cut Some Rug" as written by Edward Daniel Chester, Adam Patrick Devlin, Mark James Morriss and Scott Edward Morriss....
Seems like you're always a million miles away
As far as I'm concerned that's where you can stay

But all the time I'm reminded

Used to be a time we had a lot in common
But now as far as I can see you got something coming

And all the time you're behind me

And all the time you remind me
Of blitzkrieg and the doodle bug
Salt upon a bubbling slug
You say I can talk to you any time
But I just want to cut some rug
Turn yourself away and shrug
And you say that I can talk any time

It's easy living in a bubble
And no complication or trouble
But it's hard to have responsibility

And judging by you, a personality

And all the time you remind me
Of blitzkrieg and the doodle bug
Salt upon a bubbling slug
You say I can talk to you any time
But I just want to cut some rug
Turn yourself away and shrug
And you say that I can talk any time

And all the time you remind me
Of blitzkrieg and the doodle bug
Salt upon a bubbling slug
You say I can talk to you any time
But I just want to cut some rug
Turn yourself away and shrug
And you say that I can talk any time
I can talk to you any time
But I just want to cut some rug
It's like blitzkrieg and the doodle bug
Salt upon a bubbling slug
You say I can talk to you any time
But I just want to cut some rug
Turn yourself away and shrug
And you say that I can talk any time


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"Cut Some Rug" as written by Edward Daniel Chester Adam Patrick Devlin

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    General CommentbRILLIANT song, venomous song about having a partner who's not on the same planet as you!!!Love the way they compare her (or him) to killing machines of WW2 and the pain of salt on slugs........quirky, biting lyrics at their best!!!!
    GMan669on March 21, 2006   Link

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