Your head come on is dead and gone it might as well be said so long
It's suds and soda a brain decoder and can I wait for my decoder
Get off get up you son of pop the light below is bright on top
It's suds and soda a smile decoder and can I get yeah what I ordered?
And there's always something in the air, sometimes, suds & soda mix ok with beer
Can I, can I break your sentiment
You're just a monument, can't see no precedent
Just wanna shout what the fuck
Jimmy Dean is Halloween like kerosene for dee dee scene
It's suds and soda a brain decoder and can I skip this thing I ordered
Get off get up you son of pop the light below is bright on top
It's suds and soda a vibe decoder and can I get yeah what I ordered?
And there's always something in the air, sometimes, suds & soda mix ok with beer
Can I, can I break your sentiment
(To me) you're just a monument, can't see no precedent
Just wanna shout what the fuck
And there's always something in the air
Your face come on is dead and gone, you might as well be said so long
It's suds and soda a brain decoder and can I wait for my devoter
Get off get up you son of pop the light below is bright on top
It's suds and soda a smile decoder and can I skip yeah what I ordered?
And can I break your sentiment?
So can I break your sentiment, so can I break your sentiment
So can I break your sentiment, so can I break your sentiment
So can I break your sentiment, so can I break your sentiment
So can I break your sentiment, so can I break your sentiment
So can I break your sentiment, so can I break your sentiment Friday, Friday, Friday, Friday,
Friday, Friday, Friday



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Suds & Soda Lyrics as written by Klaas Janssens Julien De Borgher

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    I just looove this song!

    Eefon August 19, 2005   Link
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    how would you manage not to like it?

    SilentAssassinon March 08, 2006   Link
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    Well, I can imagine people don't like it. But only until they have seen it performed! It's like drugs when it's played infront of you, and everyone arounds you shouts: "Your face, come on, is dead and gone, it might as well be said so long!" :D

    Anna_on April 08, 2006   Link
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    around*

    Anna_on April 08, 2006   Link
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    Brilliant.

    Very catchy.

    robbro7on June 07, 2006   Link
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    You can read they are from belgium. Thinking that suds and soda mix with beer..........

    CAMeyeon July 14, 2006   Link
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    I doubt this song has a meaning! but holy sh*t it's good!!!!

    Ptiluon September 14, 2010   Link

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