"Supply And Demand" as written by and Randy Fitzsimmons....
My boss he's a probable bore.
Put me hands and knees on scrubable floor.
Do it right receive the lions share bliss.
Know all too well just where that ration is.

Learned a lot about the company doe.
Learned less about receiving it though.
Saw how it came to those who always sat pretty.
Don't need it.
Supply and demand.

My girl had a probable cause or so she said and took a probable pause.
I was dumped for occupying her time.
I asked her why and what was next in line.

She said "Shiny hair that's my life ambition
But I'll devote my time to a new omission the rizzle-razzle kitsch of paranoid city".
Don't need it.
Supply and demand.
Supply and demand.

Lyrics submitted by harmonicApparition

"Supply and Demand" as written by Randy Fitzsimmons

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    General Commentseriously, this may be the best song off their album.
    foo55on June 04, 2002   Link
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    General Commentall their songs are the best songs on the album!! but this is awesome too!!
    punkpirate99on July 10, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis is most definetly my favorite song off of this album
    ohsoquieton August 26, 2002   Link
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    General Commenthaha its funny too
    *molly*on September 01, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song is clearly about economics. Pelle Almqvist is bemoaning the sagging Swedish economy. He advocates increasing chocolate production (ah sh*t, that's Switzerland isn't it....) to remedy the plight of the poor Swedish musicians. If you listen to this song backwards, you can clearly hear him wailing "TOBLERONE! TOBLERONE!"
    dullurdon September 17, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis song is amazing...
    When I saw them lives this one got everyone moving andd limb flailing,
    My conclusion, They Own
    stanmanon October 15, 2004   Link
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    General CommentLyrics are wrong here:
    "Learned a lot about the company doe"
    Should be:
    "Learned a lot about the company DOLE"
    Dole as in welfare.
    backinburntcityon June 30, 2009   Link

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