Oh yeah... yeah oh yeah
Dumb dumb. so sweet so young.
You're not supposed to swallow your bubble gum.

Chicken foot, dim suts
Knuckle head. knuckle head
Look what you've done

Dumb dumbing it down
Take a look around.
You and me are free to be the dumbest in town.
Young gun. excuse the pun.
The pandemonium has just begun

Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.
Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.

Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.
Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.

Got a head full of cotton wool
But life for me. is never dull
To fulfi you have to fill full
I turned around and bought a round and poured another one
Proud fool you're just too cool for school
Full moon come soon
And when the moon is not quite round
Where can the missing bit be found
Be proud to be profound.

Dumb dumb
We're dumbing it down.
Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.

Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.
Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.

Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.
Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.

Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.
Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.

Devoid
We are malcontent
We're not entirely sure of our intent
Brain washed we suffer memory loss
Ho hum play dumb come little boy lost.
Time bomb is ticking
Quickening, quickening quickening, quickening, quickening..

Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.
Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.

Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down.
Dumb dumb.
We're dumbing it down...



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