Bollocks
This song's about bollocks
Bollocks
This song's about bollocks
Bollocks
This song's about bollocks

I've got bigger bollocks
Bigger bollocks
Than you
(x9ish)


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    another shite song rom fine apple, what a surprise

    saw them at the tav last week, and you sucked arse

    Lets_kill_musicon July 10, 2002   Link
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    NaNaNaNa Hey! No one cares what you think NaNaNaNa Hey! Cos you still like Anal Cunt NaNaNaNa Hey! You Fucking Pussy

    2Xcellon July 10, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    Actually, this song's very appropriate...

    If it was from me to you...

    LKM, not anyone else.

    If you hate Fine Apple so much, why keep coming to gigs? Are you loser for a living or something?

    2Xcellon July 10, 2002   Link
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    "Oh, no - I'm LKM and I've got a plum in my mouth: you guy totally SUCKED ARSE, woah slow down there big boy - I'm a totally bad ARSE mother fucker don't you know"

    Jerk.

    2Xcellon July 10, 2002   Link
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    why dont you leave LKM alone you fags, he's got a fucking point. Oh were fine apple and we aint got no decent songs of our own so weve gotta put up the lyrics to other people's songs that we cover. Oh no wait, we wrote a song, and its so fucking intelligent and though provoking my mind is going to explode

    skameisterxxxon July 28, 2002   Link
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    that should be "fag" in the singular as there is only one person attacking your "very close friend" (shall we say, nudge nudge, wink wink, know what i mean) Let's kill music, i think we will remove your right to comment on anything that could - my god is it possible- constitute a GOOD SONG??? so lets all leave the gay persecution to the people who aren't actually gay. OK? good, now we're all in agreement, lets all also agree on the fact that this is indeed a very good song.

    serotoninmissyon August 21, 2002   Link

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