If you don't like what you see here
Nobody wants to take you prisoner
So let me make it nice and clear dear
The exit is right there
I don't mean to be rude dude
But you'd better change your attitude

I don't like what I see here

You're all invited to the party
You know you didn't have to come
No rotten apple gonna spoil my fun

If you don't like what you see here
Get the funk out
We won't try to force feed you
Get the funk out

You can't please everybody
But everybody cannot please me
That's why I do what I want to
So why don't you do, do it to, do it to me, hey
So if you don't like what you see here
You can always leave the country

I don't like what I see here

You're all invited to the party
You know you didn't have to come
No rotten apple gonna spoil my fun

If you don't like what you see here
Get the funk out
We won't try to force feed you
Get the funk out

All I see is porno-graffiti
All I hear porno-graffiti
It's a monster we all have within us
The american dream
I need more money
I need more money
Just a little more money
Just a little more money
Everybody's got a need
Everybody's got to feed
He man woman hater
He man woman hater
He man woman hater
Dancing to the decadence dance


Lyrics submitted by Idan

Get the Funk Out Lyrics as written by Nuno Bettencourt Gary F. Cherone

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    I don't have the bit at the end on my version?

    Oh well, awesome guitar solo, fairly self explanatory song.

    Riffs>Soloson February 20, 2007   Link
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    General Comment

    I don't know which version of the song you have but on the versions on "Pornograffitti" and "The Best of Extreme: An Accidental Collication of Atoms", the last bit starts around 3:35.

    It's volume is really low in the mix under the chorus.

    elwyn5150on October 09, 2007   Link

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