"Making People Normal" as written by Amanda Mackinnon, Steven James Clark and John Mckenzie Clark....
Mummy was a model back in 1983
Before the skinny girls invaded the industry
She got a habit, got some plastic much too young
She wants Dustin Hoffman but she's not much on Mrs. Robinson

You're looking good for your age
Looks like you've stepped off the page
Thanks Ricki, thank you Jenny
You made me normal today

Daddy's such a scruff in his played out teenage gear
Hasn't cut his hair and the shampoo's never near
Now can you make him look like other's people dad
Will you please help me 'cause it makes my life oh so bad

I don't look the correct way
Please help make me normal today
I don't look the correct way
Please help make me normal today

Thank you Ricki, thank you Jenny

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"Making People Normal" as written by John Mckenzie Clark Amanda Mackinnon

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