"Back In The Uk" as written by and H P/bueller Baxxter....
Welcome posse
We're kicking up

Once again, we have the plan
Driving you wild, as good as we can
Don't stop us now, we're gonna make you move
Raving outside to the passionate groove

So I wanna check the microphone
I wanna check the microphone
I wanna check, I wanna check
The Rick, the Ferris and MC H.P.
Scooter, back in the U.K.

Yes, somewhere in England, banging the bass
Join our trip to this weird place
Back to nature where we can be
Faster and harder, louder and free

I wanna check the microphone
I wanna check the microphone
I wanna check, I wanna check
The Rick, the Ferris and MC H.P.
Scooter, back in the U.K.

We started in 1994
In 1996, we're still on the case
Hold tight crew
Together no one can stop us now

So I wanna check the microphone
I wanna check the microphone
I wanna check, I wanna check
The birds, the trees, the clouds, the seas
The Rick, The Ferris and MC H.P.




Lyrics submitted by zekey baby

"Back Inthe U. K" as written by Hans Peter Geerdes Ferris Bueller

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    General CommentThe lyrics are meant to sound good when mixed with the rythym, not to neccesarily put together a story.
    FWKon April 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI heard that H.P. writes 100% of the lyrics, but doesn´t do anything except that for the "band". At least I knew a few lyrics before but I wanted to check for additional writings. And those a nearly the same meaningless crap like all the others. So, why can you make money without any musical talent ?
    Especially this "song" is a production, the world wouldn´t miss.
    On The Basson May 22, 2002   Link

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