Sound and the fury baby
Justice of the proud
You know those manufactured couples with there bad news and off style
Going round and round and round and round going round
Shake off the lint babe the times go up and down you know
There always an invader to inherit the top ground
Going round and round and round and round going round
Well someone's got to talk to you
I guess I pulled the short straw
When you think your really out of this world in it baby
A strength that shows your such a lot more
Survival of the Fetish
Survival of the Fetish
So here's the peashot and for doing what you do
Those creeps will have to look out when they want to hassle you
Going round and round and round and round going round
House of Stuart baby riding on you Harley
Your a medieval modern boy, bonny-bonny Prince Charley
Going round and round and round and round going round
Well someone's got to talk to you
I guess I pulled the short straw
When you think your really out of this world in it baby
A strength that shows your such a lot more
Survival of the Fetish
Survival of the Fetish
An attitude with my task bags are brown
And show us like Joe Lewis
Couldn't keep up from going down
Going round and round and round and round going round
There comes a point when there seems no point at all
You may be doing it all wrong but at least your doin' it doin' it
Going round and round and round and round going round
Survival of the Fetish
Survival of the Fetish


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