"Round And Round" as written by and Bob Schneider....
When your head falls off your neck
And hits the ground with a smack
And you're back on the wrong track
Where' your at when you lost you're head
Get out of bed that's what I said
And you're feeling like the dead seeing red
Reborn where's my porn
My pants are torn up damnit where's the wine
Put my body in a pine box baby
Bustin' clocks changin' my locks
I know the time it's time to get up
And get out and get over this
But I don't know how and I don't know why

And the world goes round
And the world goes around
And the world goes round round

When your bets been beat and they turn up the heat
And you feel a little weak and you can hardly speak
And the coconuts come to your house with a bomb
And blow up the cake you got from your mom
And your diapers aren't dry and the neighbors all die
And you feel a little high a little higher than the big blue sky
And you wring your hands and the blood pours out
And the blood pours out

When your friends evaporate and you can't catch a break
And you're tied to the stake and everything you hate
Comes crashing down on your big round
Golen greazy crown and you can't make a sound
And you feel like your drowning and you stumble through the dark
And the dogs start to bark and you're fired on a lark
And your skin starts to spark and you're burning up inside
And your dentures start to slide

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"Round and Round" as written by Robert Linwood Schneider


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    General Commentwow i cant beleive nobody has commented on this song. its my alltime favorite bob schneider song. its so cool how he has different people singing in all different languages towards the end, and he also said at one of his concerts that the opera singer is actually his aunt. the lyrics are that kind of sweet amusing type of tone. very cool. if anybody ever goes to austin, texas, make sure to see him live.
    indietuneson December 23, 2004   Link

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