If I was getting paid
For getting drunk and getting laid.
I'd grab a phone
Just to cal you up and say
Quit your job
Cause I got it made.

Anytime, baby let's go
Everyday should be a holiday.

Super cool,
The Dandys rule okay!
Got the dough and
I got the raves.
Anytime call me up if you got the sun,
Cause I got the waves.

Anytime, baby let's go
Everyday should be a holiday.

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    This song is awesome. Sums up Summer roadtrips and partying with your friends like there was no tomorrow!

    ennajelon August 27, 2006   Link
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    Wicked tune... so groovy!

    Crowdmanon May 14, 2002   Link
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    14 years until retirement.

    olddudeon May 06, 2003   Link
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    there should be more comments! This song rocks!

    musicappreciation66on February 24, 2005   Link
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    This song is all about fun. I totally agree every day should be a holiday!! I love driving to this song.

    losecontrolon October 29, 2005   Link
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    This song deserves more comments! I'm seriously shocked I thought there would be more considering it was used in a major film. I like they way they reference one of their albums in the lyrics, not to subtle advertising there! anyway it's a dandy warhols song so i wouldn't take the lyrics at face value cos thy like to be postmodern and write songs which are in parodies. this song is in a similar vain to bohemian like you in that it parodies/celebrates the dandy warhols way of life.

    Dressed2Depresson July 19, 2006   Link
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    this is a song where the Dandys get high on themselves. They just wanna party. wouldn't you if you we're a big rockstar? I would. Great tune.

    beyondthestarson August 12, 2005   Link

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