Take in me
Your taking liberty
You say you want "pretty polly"
Well your barking up wrong the tree
Your fussy walk, tried to run fussy
Well you can do it with a stranger, immerse yourself in danger
Seems to me, it's now and ever shall be
Seems to me, it's now and ever shall be
And it seems to me, we got a new aristocracy
Singers, Actors, a lover of mine
Countless talents are class less and beyond
Take in me
You're getting so fussy
You say you want "pretty polly"
Well your barking up wrong the tree
Paris & London or Beirut
All over me like a cheap cheap suit
Well you can do it with a stranger, immerse yourself in danger
Seems to me, it's now and ever shall be
Seems to me, it's now and ever shall be
And it seems to me, we got a new aristocracy
Singers, Actors, a lover of mine
Countless talents are class less and beyond
In an age of hit and fit, pretty baby something's got to go
So follow an engine, baby boy and go dart, go dart go go go go
Seems to me, it's now and ever shall be
And it seems to me, we got a new aristocracy
Singers, Actors, a lover of mine
Countless talents are class less and beyond


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