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Robbie Williams Rudebox
Rudebox track by track guide by Robbie Williams, all the album's song lyrics, photographs, sheet music, Live DVD
And Through It All - Robbie Williams Live 1997-2006

Added on April 8, 2006
According to the Sun, the mother of Robbie Williams said that her son will sing with Take That again. Robbie left the rehab clinic in Los Angeles in March and is back working on his music, she added.

Added on February 14, 2007
On his 33rd birthday, Robbie Williams has checked himself into a rehabilitation center in the United States where he will undergo treatment for prescription drug addiction. The singer is said to be addicted to antidepressants. His latest album, Rudebox, was a flop. In 2006, Robbie Williams separated from his successful co-writer Guy Chambers.

Added on October 5, 2006
Robbie Williams: Lovelight broadband clip


The album Rudebox is released on EMI Records on October 20, 2006. The single precedes it on September 1st. Order Rudebox now from Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de or Citydisc Schweiz.

Rudebox
A track by track guide by Robbie Williams

Article added on August 21, 2006


“It wasn’t till I was in the studio the other day listening to a few of the tracks back,  I was with the Soul Mekanik boys and the thought hit me…Do songs like the ones you like, Im eight albums in, why didn’t I think of this before. Doh! I’ve just been scared to make this record before I think.

My solo career started when the Britpop explosion did, and I thought try and make songs that sound like that, but this is now…I’m 32 years old, eight albums in, and this is the record I’ve always wanted to make. It’s the start for me. It’s reignited how I think about what I can do with music myself. I’ve always been scared to try out different things and this album I think I’ve lost the fear of where I should be in my head as a populist, as a populist artist, and it means I can just go and do wonky pop now, which is all I really wanted to do anyway.

It has become something on which I’ve found myself. This is the right direction for me personally, this is what it is. I saw the whole Robbie thing coming to a close, I couldn’t make another album like the ones I’d made, and this has just opened up a thousand other doors. What I am excited about now is making more music. I love all the stuff on the album, I love Rudebox, it’s a favourite song of mine. I don’t know what’s gonna happen now, I’m excited about getting it out there, but I’m more excited about making more.”

Robbie Williams, August 2006

Rudebox

D
anny & Kelvin (aka Soul Mekanik) sent me the very basic drum track and it just became a floor shaker with lyrics straight outta Stoke on Trent. My heads been in some strange places and taken some strange exit turns since I was 16. When we get in the studio we gel and we know where we are going, we get excited when it’s right. I think I’m/were onto something. I just think the synchronicity of where we come from and how we are as people adds its own certain chemistry in the studio. It’s a bit strange to be playing this live at the moment cos no one knows it and the venues are massive and playing something so leftfield can be quite daunting, it is something I haven't done on any other tour (played something no one knows) usually I am a big fan of give them what they want. This time I decided it is a case of give them what they don't know they want yet.

Viva Life on Mars

For me it is doing away with all I have been taught and instead of investing my faith in a Catholic religion, I decided that the fantasies on the internet are more interesting than the fantasies at the pulpit. I see it as 'Oh Brother Where Art Thou', meets Primal Scream when they were good; there has been 3 World Cups since then. Is this my first ever hoe down? A few hoes have bought me down before…

Lovelight

I wouldn’t have known about Lovelight if it hadn’t have been for Tom Middleton’s ‘The Trip’ album- he put it on there, and I fell in love with it instantly…I cant believe how big that song is and no one knows it. It is amazing to work with a white boy with a ghetto pass like Mark Ronson. He is on the cutting edge of all that is good out there and still manages to love pop. I feel honoured to work with somebody that puts cynicism aside in favour of the truth. I was concerned about singing that vocal, because its full on falsetto all the way through it and I’d only ever done that on the chorus of a track called ‘Tripping’ that I did a couple of years ago. I knew that Lewis Taylor had done such a great vocal that it would be really hard to replicate but I think I did good singing…

King Of The Bongo (added on October 4, 2006: new song title: Bongo Bong / Je Ne T'Aime Plus)

I didn’t pick this song, It picked me…’King Of The Bongo’ was played to me by a couple of friends of mine six years ago, and I always thought “I’ve got to cover this..” and now was the right time. ‘King Of The Bongo’ to me is like an unwritten Disney Film. How did Lily Allen end up on here? I knew about her as I had met her at the studio. The Lily Allen Phenomenon is not solely contained to the UK she seems to be doing well everywhere...good on her too.

She's Madonna

My life seems to be like a never ending edition of Jim'll fix it. I am truly blessed. The odds of Robbie Williams making a ninth album ten years ago would have been more than long against. To be writing this album and having my heroes work with me feels phenomenal. I played Tour De France by Kraftwerk and said “I like this, Can we do something like this, but not much like this,” but then everything else came together pretty quickly. In case anyone asks…There is nothing tongue in cheek about this song at all, I have always fancied Madonna. I'd have hoped for it to be this good, but you can never tell before venturing into the studio. It is just a bonus that it worked out so well.

Keep On

There were 3 things I taped off the TV that I used to watch on repeat when I was a kid– Prince’s Alphabet St Tour, Public Enemy @ Brixton and The Happy Mondays at G Mex. I suppose I was interested in the Happy Mondays because they looked like psychedelic next door neighbours with faces and attitude that I understood. Little did we all know that in 2006 we would still be chasing 1989? I can't remember lyrics at the best of times, there are so many in this so I doubt I will ever do it live. It is about choosing a different kind of life and believing in the boogie and all it brings.

Good Doctor

Originally we had a sample from the ‘Return of Django’ by the Upsetters, but we got rid of that, but we could always do that later. Sorry The Upsetters…It came from trying to bend the rules of a sober life, I am 32 and am still trying to look for a short cut, there isn't one. Is it hard to rhyme all those medical terms? No but it is hard to find a perfect balance.

The Actor

Partly written on Oscars Night, ‘The Actor’ is about living in LA, and how it has given me little respect for the acting profession. I don't see this as a dance song at all; I see it as a story over Germanic electro pop.

Never Touch That Switch

The first records I bought were electro records and I never thought in a million years it would be something Robbie Williams could do. It only struck me in the studio as we were recording. Although I didn't write this one it just reminded me of pre-narcotics and pro-stealing your mums’ lino. What does it mean? I don't know, it is in the eye of the beholder. To me ‘Never Touch That Switch’ is all about never opening your system to the mood altering experience...you don't know what it can do to you.

Louise

When I was writing and recording Intensive Care with Stephen Duffy, ‘Louise’ by the Human League kept on being the centre point on what I wanted to achieve with the record. With Louise I remember when it first came out, and then I didn’t listen to it for ages until the middle of the 90’s. When I heard it again, it kind of broke my heart thinking of a period of time I had back when…I wanted to make an album that would hopefully break a few hearts in 10/15 years time. Louise was the template for the Intensive Care album, so it seemed the natural next step to play homage to it and I think we’ve done a good version of it. I’d always wanted to work with William Orbit, I love my ambient melancholy.

We're The Pet Shop Boys

I just love the fact that the Pet Shop Boys covered it, it is not one of their songs and I love the irony of me covering a cover. Above all that the romance for me in this song is paramount. Did I feel like a Pet Shop Boy when I was recording it? Yes absolutely (said with a big smile). Chris Heath (The person who co-wrote ‘Feel’ my autobiography with me) played it to me and I fell in love with it. I must say when I’ve listened to it back and when I get a chance to sing it, the “What have I, What have I, What have I done to deserve this” bit sends shivers down my spine, everytime it comes up. It’s a sense of history, yours and mine and those particular lyrics really affect me. It’s an honour to do it. I love the Pet Shop Boys and I was pleased to learn that amongst pop genii I can hold my own.

Burslem Normals

It is about an ideal of youth; It is about how in the 80's and the early 90's there were so many avenues to explore and so many gangs to be a part of. Youth Culture these days depressingly seems just about the Chav. Back then we had so much choice and the Burslem Normals was a piece of graffiti from the town I was born in, I don't know what they were into, but they sound cool as fuck.I have always liked what I like and it has always been varied and fortunately I find myself find a position where I do not have to pigeon hole myself. The sentiment in this song is the same as the sentiment in the song 'Heaven From Here' but wonkier.

Kiss Me

Stephen Duffy plays like he hates it; I wanted to do it as I wanted him to see how good the track is. Also when this track came out in 1981, something nice must have been happening to me at the time, because it makes me feel full of hope. Youth’s yearning for life and love and all of that. Does he like it? I don't know, I daren't ask him. Ok, so I just asked him, and yes he does.

80s

I was obsessed by a track by the Mitchell Brothers called ‘Routine Check’ and also a big fan of Mike Skinner of The Streets and what he does over records, be it rapping or poetry. Its very similar to Ian Dury’s stuff to me, Im also a big fan of his, he was the first white British rapper. I’ve always always wanted to be a rapper, I’ve always been jealous of rappers because of how comfy they are and how cool they look, they’ve always got a tracksuit on and trainers and I have to dress up cos Im a popstar... I want to be a rapper but the world won't let me. The only reason I have craved my own niche is because it is not that easy. I love words and will continue to use them. It is bitter sweet about a decade where I formed an opinion, I was wrong.

90s

The 90s on the other hand was, originally going to have a sample from one of my top 5 favourite songs…Wichita Lineman in it. I didn’t like it at first, but I came around to it and did some poetry on it, some comfy rapping, with very English storytelling like a modern Roald Dahl but fatter! The 90’s then on became the 90’s after we took the sample out. I look back at it now with a fondness in my heart. I think they are just two nice bookends; ‘The 80s’ – up until I’d left school, lost my virginity, done all kinds. Then there was the whole Take That story to tell which was ‘The 90’s’. It’s weird now, I’ve spunked all the best material so I’ll have to do something drastic so that we have some source material for the next one.

Summertime

When it was originally written it was one of the first, if not the first songs I wrote when I came out of Take That and the feel of the song is a complete juxtapose of how I was at the time. When I wrote ‘Summertime’, which is a very euphoric, up song I don’t think I could have been anymore depressed, deluded, lost. I remember I went down to London in a pair of Vivian Westwood tartan bondage trousers, a pair of black Patrick Cox and a lovely white Vivian Westwood shirt…I was skinny as, a right proper raver and I moved in with a lady on new years night, and by February I was just fat! fat and horrible and lost, all over the place. That was when I met up with Ant Genn and we wrote the song together, Ant was my indie enfant terrible; I adored him cos he was cool as fuck and Northern and funny, I wanted to be him, but drugs took their tole on both of us. At least I have a lasting memory of an amazing yet catastrophic summer, plus I love the fact that little bunnies freeze in the snow.

Dickhead (Bonus Track)

Dickhead was definitely leant from the Mitchell Brothers, so they are to blame for this whole thing. Conversely amongst my friends, Dickhead is the biggest compliment that can be paid, if I call you a Dickhead I like you, but it means the reverse on this record. Life sometimes seems to be a Krypton factor course of idiots, unfortunately idiots speak the loudest. This song is for everyone who thinks I am a Dickhead, I am just reciprocating, the feeling is mutual.

Rudebox press release


The album Rudebox is released on EMI Records on October 20, 2006. The single precedes it on September 1st. Order Rudebox now from Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de or Citydisc Schweiz.

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Robbie Williams will release his highly anticipated and much talked about new album ‘Rudebox’ on October 20th on EMI Records. ‘Rudebox’, recorded during the early months of 2006 see’s RW collaborating with an array of musical mavericks including his heroes The Pet Shop Boys, King of ambient William Orbit, fellow Stoke natives Danny Spencer & Kelvin Andrews AKA Soul Mekanik, disco-house icon Joey Negro and NYC-based DJ cum-Über producer Mark Ronson, on both new original compositions and covers of some of his favourite tracks by artists as diverse as Manu Chao, The Human League, My Robot Friend, Lewis Taylor and old friend Stephen Duffy, that through its 16 tracks ‘Rudebox’ marks out and charts his musical loves and life.

Led off by the title track and first single ‘Rudebox’, a nasty, dirty, bass infused electro-funk-pop monster, twisted around his own unique visceral lyrical stylings, the result is the sound of our Rob jamming the electro-boogaloo on a bustling New York street corner in 1983. ‘Viva Life On Mars’ is the world’s country-space-funk-Technicolor-pop anthem. ‘She’s Madonna’ see’s Neil Tennant, Chris Lowe & RW forming their super-group and paying lovelorn homage to the first lady of pop, they also cover their Pet Shop Boys cover of My Robot Friend’s ‘We’re The Pet Shop Boys’, as we all know an imitation of an imitation is the very highest form of flattery.

Mark Ronson brings his trademark horn-infused modern soul revue to four tracks on the album. ‘Lovelight’, a spectacular cover of Lewis Taylor’s criminally unknown soul-anthem, takes it from its warm soul roots, and transforms it into a building euphoric disco anthem featuring a full-on falsetto vocal performance that ranks amongst his most dynamic to date. ‘Good Doctor’ complete with its hip-hop shuffle is a full on barroom-romp-cum-block party-jam set to a tongue in-cheek pharmaceutical theme. ‘King Of The Bongo’ reinvents Manu Chao’s classic world-music original for a more decadent and debauched 2006, Whilst ‘Keep On’ (incidentally for fact fans – co-written once again with Stephen Duffy) is probably the most bombastic Robbie song ever, bustling with percussion, funk guitar licks, and exorcising the spirit of ’89 and Baggy. He is also joined here and for ‘King Of The Bongo’ on BV’s by the inimitable whirlwind that is Lily Allen.

‘The Actor’ is a stomping Germanic electro-pop anthem that fits equally as well on dancefloors, as it does lamenting Hollywood flunkeys whilst ‘Kiss Me’ takes Stephen Duffy’s 80’s classic and re-invents it as a Hi-energy electro pop anthem. Fulfilling a long-time ambition of a collaboration he joins forces with ambient legend William Orbit in recording two tracks here, ‘Summertime’, a fuzzy euphoric Balearic anthem that was actually one of the first songs he wrote when he went solo 10 years ago and an emotive and faithful cover of the Human League’s ‘Louise’. ‘Louise’ of course has been long documented as one of his favourite songs, and a muse in the construction of last years ‘Intensive Care’ album (which has now sold in excess of 6.5 million copies worldwide).

Inspired by The Mitchell Brothers, Ian Dury and Mike Skinner and their rolling Prowse and recorded into an I-book in Rob’s bedroom in LA, ‘The 80’s’ & ‘The 90’s’, see him joined by long-term bass player Jerry Meehan to document 15 years of his life in song. ‘The 80’s’ bounces along on to a braggadier’s swagger that tips at a hat to the glorious days of early LL cool J, Eazy E, Flavor Flav in his own poetic biographical comfy-rap monologue. ‘The 90’s’ documents the Take That years in a frank, personal and open display of sonic-catharsis over an uptempo pop classic. It’s a powerful and reflective moment, and perhaps not the frenzied bitch fest that some might have liked.

His rekindled song-writing relationship with Stoke’s other finest musical exports Danny Spencer & Kelvin Andrews, who back in the day contributed to the writing of ‘Rock DJ’, continues here. Alongside ‘Rudebox’ and ‘Viva Life On Mars’, ‘Never Touch That Switch’ conjures up images of 80's electro dancing, breakdancing and days gone by, the final track of their four ‘Burslem Normals’ is an incredible strung out and personal electronic ballad. This is RW stripped down to his barest vocally and musically.

‘Rudebox’ already the subject of much speculation, (“the dance album”//“the rap album” // “the Christian rock album” yada yada yada and not the two fingers to his catalogue as some might suggest!!) see’s RW on a musical journey of sorts, imbibed with a real sense of fun. Lyrically it is very broad; humorous, historical, honest and revealing, a rollercoaster that takes you from introverted to extravagant, the break up to the make up. This is perhaps the most definitive Robbie Williams opus to date, ten years down the line into his solo career, as his truest personal and musical inspirations collide to create an intimate and explorative sound that will surprise some, but after eight albums, this here is the sound of Robert Peter Williams, born 1974 in Stoke On Trent, UK.

People who approach this record with the pre-conceived notion that "Robbie’s gone dance," will be very surprised by ‘Rudebox’- it is an incredibly assured electronic record, as much if not more influenced by hip hop, soul, p-funk, indie, baggy, acid house, early 80's electro house, and classic pop music as it is by contemporary 'dance' music. The sound is unmistakably fresh, yet unmistakably Robbie Williams! It could be no other. Fear not, this is pop, but not as we know it…

“They might say its “dance” or it’s “electro” but it’s just what I like! It started off as a busman’s holiday this time around, but it’s become something on which I’ve found myself. I was just doing my YTS up till now,” he adds. “It has become something on which I’ve found myself. This is the right direction for me personally, this is what it is. I saw the whole Robbie thing coming to a close as it was, I couldn’t make another album like the ones I’d made, and this has just opened up a thousand other doors. What I am excited about now is making more music. I love all the stuff on the album, I love Rudebox, it’s a favourite song of mine. I don’t know what’s gonna happen now, I’m excited about getting it out there, but I’m more excited about making more.” ‘Rudebox’ is far from the end of Robbie Williams as we know it, but more a re-adjustment, a smile and a nod to the future.

Rudebox tracklisting
Order Rudebox now from Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de or Citydisc Schweiz.

1. Rudebox - produced by Soul Mekanik

2. Viva Life On Mars - produced by Soul Mekanik

3. Lovelight (Lewis Taylor cover) produced by Mark Ronson

4. [King Of The Bongo - (Manu Chao cover) produced by Mark Ronson]
    October 4, 2006: new title of this song: Bongo Bong / Je ne t'aime plus

5. She's Madonna - produced by Pet Shop Boys

6. Keep On - Produced by Mark Ronson

7. Good Doctor - Produced by Mark Ronson

8. The Actor - produced by Brandon Christy

9. Never Touch That Switch - produced by Soul Mekanik

10. Louise (Human League cover) - produced by William Orbit

11. We’re The Pet Shop Boys - (My Robot Friend cover) - Produced by Pet Shop Boys

12. Burslem Normals – Produced by Soul Mekanik

13. Kiss Me - (Stephen ‘Tin Tin’ Duffy - cover) - Produced by Dave 'Joey Negro' Lee

14. The 80s – Produced by Jerry Meehan

15. The 90s - Produced by Jerry Meehan

16. Summertime - Produced by William Orbit

17. Bonus track - Dickhead – Produced by Jerry Meehan.

Sheet music by Robbie Williams.










Robbie Williams. Photo shoot Intensive Care. Photo © Chris Clunn, EMI, August 2005.


Robbie Williams. Photo © Chris Clunn, EMI.
 
Added on October 8, 2006
And Through It All - Robbie Williams Live 1997-2006
Definitive Robbie Williams Live Collection Released on DVD. Order it now from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.de.

A decade after first taking the stage solo, Robbie Williams will release ‘And Through It All – Robbie Williams Live 1997- 2006’ – the definitive live retrospective from one of the world’s great performers - on November 13th 2006 on Chrysalis/EMI . From the nervous intimacy of his very first show in Paris back in 1997,  to his recent record breaking ‘Close Encounters’ tour that swept through Europe this summer, ‘And Through It All’ charts Robbie Williams' rise to the superstar he is today.

Along the way you’ll see his greatest performances as ‘And Through It All’ takes you to the stage at his unprecedented and epic residency at Knebworth, to the green and muddy fields of Glastonbury 98 which signalled his arrival on a global scale and to his show stealing power at the Live 8 event. This definitive collection of over 50 live tracks spans his entire solo career, that has seen millions entertained and captivated in his wake as Robbie Williams performs some of his biggest hits from the last ten years; too many to chart here from Feel, No Regrets, Let Me Entertain You to Come Undone and right through to his addictive new single, Rudebox taken from his brand new ninth album of the same name released worldwide in October 2006.

This 2 disc DVD format also includes rare footage from The Forum, London (1998) exploring his earliest work, as he lays down the tracks that launched his solo career, from Old Before I Die through to worldwide phenomenon that is Angels. Elsewhere here you’ll see an intimate recording session at Abbey Road in 2003 for BBC Radio 2, Highlights from his Live In Berlin spectacular and live shows at Slane Castle, Köln and Manchester. Dipping into TV archives from the world over, viewers are also invited to experience some of his pivotal TV moments all over again. Highlights include a guest spot on
David Letterman’s Late Show (USA) and Otro Rollo (Mexico), while footage from the UK includes an appearance on Later with Jools Holland, a duet with Kylie Minogue on the iconic chart show Top of the Pops’, his powerhouse ‘Full Monty’ medley with Tom Jones at the 2000 Brit Awards and a recent festive performance with Ant and Dec.

W
ho would have guessed from those tentative first solo steps in Paris captured on just two cameras, that RW would ten years later, be performing in front of over 20 cameras at Leeds Roundhay Park live to 26 countries for the inaugural world first live to air Hi-Definition digital concert broadcast.  Highlights of this ground & record-breaking ‘Close Encounters’ show and tour close disc one with a flurry of tracks that prove that he is one of the greatest live artists.


Added on October 8, 2006
Track listings of And Through It All - Robbie Williams Live 1997-2006

DISC 1

Slane Castle (1999):
- She's The One
- Strong
- No Regrets
- Ego A Go Go

Manchester (2000)
- M
illennium
- Karma Killer
- Kids
- Rock DJ

Köln / Cologne (2001)
-
Rock DJ
- Supreme
- Angels
- No Regrets
- Let Me Entertain You

Knebworth (2003)
- Come Undone
- Feel
- Angels
- Kids

Leeds (2006)
-
Radio
- Trippin'
- Sin Sin Sin
-
Advertising Space
- Let Me Entertain You
- Rudebox

DISC 2

Live at The Forum (1998)
- Ego A Go Go
- Teenage Millionaire
- Clean
- South of the Border
- Old Before I Die
- Angels

Live at Abbey Road (2003)
- Come Undone
- Me and My Monkey
- No Regrets
- Feel
- Phoenix From the Flames

Live in Berlin (2005)
- Feel
- A Place to Crash
- Tripping
-
Make Me Pure
- Sin Sin Sin
-
No Regrets
- Advertising Space

Other performances
- Life Thru A Lens - Elysée Montmartre 1997
- Old Before I Die - Elysée Montmartre 1997
- Come Up and See Me/Leave Your Hat On - The Brits 1998
- Millennium - The David Letterman Show 1999
- Angels - Glastonbury 1998
- It’s Only Us - Apocalypse Tube 1999
- Kids - Top Of The Pops 2000
- Better Man - Later With Jools Holland 2000
- Angels - Live 8 2005
- Advertising Space – Otro Rollo 2005
- White Christmas - Ant and Dec's Christmas Takeaway 2005






Sheet music by Robbie Williams.

Lyrics of all the songs on the album Rudebox
added on October 4, 2006


RUDEBOX

Do the rudebox, Shake your rudebox x4

Ok then back to basics grab your shell toes and your fat laces

A little hand clap for some funk faces and make your body move in the following places
goes up your back and then down your spine and when it hits your head…

Ok then back to baseheads dance like you just won at the special Olympics I got the rudebox of the back of a spaceship, so sick I just had to take it

The R.U.D.E.B.O.X.  up yer jacksy, split yer kecks sing a song of semtex, pocket full of durex body full of mandrex. Are we gonna have sex (yes) will you wear your knee socks (ohh) back to the rudebox

Got this double fantasy where we just never stop, ive got one design and that’s to funk you to the top. Know whats on my mind there’s only one thing you will find, I got one design and that’s to bump you til you drop

Rudebox, do the rudebox, cos you so nasty

Rudebox, shake your rudebox, why you so nasty

Rudebox, do the rudebox, cos you so nasty

Rudebox, shake your rudebox, why you so nasty

Ok then back to spaceship, take both pills fuck the matrix

Jack those jills shake your Playtex rock 3 stripes not the asics

A.D.I.D.A.S old school cos it’s the best – yes

Tk max cost less yes

Jackson looks a mess bless

Ok then what to do, if you try to jack me ill rudebox you, if you rudebox me ill rudebox your whole crew cos its what I do aint that right boo – true

I’ll ride with you if you can get me to the border cos the sheriff’s after me for what I did to his daughter. I did it like this – you did it like that – I love it when you double clap clap

Grab this double fantasy where we just never stop, ive got one design and that’s to funk you to the top. Know whats on my mind there’s only one thing you will find, I got one design and that’s to bump you til you drop

Rudebox, do the rudebox, cos you so nasty

Rudebox, shake your rudebox, why you so nasty

Rudebox, do the rudebox, cos you so nasty

Rudebox, shake your rudebox, why you so nasty

Ok then check the tan line, make your body shape like you’re stood on a landmine call me on my mobile not the landline and the jack the mainline at the same time

Ok this is what we do, got a jam so fresh its nice for you

Ok give it what you got and dial 808 for the bass to drop

Ok then whats the fracas grab your cardy your lead hat and your bus pass you don’t sweat much for a fat lass grab your rudebox cos your box is righteous

Ok bum rush the show I got high speed dubbing on my stereo and all the tunes in the box are the cherrio, I know I told you before, did you hear me though

Grab this double fantasy where we just never stop, ive got one design and that’s to funk you to the top. Know whats on my mind there’s only one thing you will find, i got one design and that’s to bump you til you drop

Rudebox, do the rudebox, cos you so nasty

Rudebox, shake your rudebox, why you so nasty

Rudebox, do the rudebox, cos you so nasty

Rudebox, shake your rudebox, why you so nasty

Do the rudebox, shake your rudebox (repeat to fade)

VIVA LIFE ON MARS

I just wanna be x4

I lost all faith in what I know, the future doesn’t need me so I kick a bo agen a wo and head it till it don’t hurt no more. Use my cuts and lacerations, feed myself a new sensation woah woah

Take a ride on your high horse, if the horse is blind, use the force      the falcon flies in two straight lines, red five standing by, its not a moon its a   space station, it feels good the good vibration woah woah

I know that you know some lovely people. Send them all an invitation, yer party to a segregation woah. Woah

Viva life on mars I’m calling, sending my frequency to the galaxy so you can see people down here

They don’t want us to discuss the picture in the caves of us. A nosebleed and a bag of coal then they put you in a hole. We’re knee deep in information, and they can’t stop this conversation. Woah woah

I know that you know some lovely people. Send them all an invitation, party to a segregation woah. Woah

Viva life on mars I’m calling, sending my frequency to the galaxy so you can see we’re all down here

I just wanna be x 8

Love is natural love is good, not everybody does it but everybody should. With them and us we’ve made a mess, till they decide which god is best. Free yourself from liberation from lake Geneva to the freeland station woah woah

I know that you know some lovely people. Send them all an invitation, yer party to a segregation woah woah.

Viva life on mars I’m calling, sending my frequency to the galaxy so you can see people down here

Viva life on mars I’m calling x4

LOVELIGHT

What am I supposed to do

To keep from going under

Now your making holes in my heart and yes it’s starting to show

I’ve been holding back

Is it any wonder?

Since you walked right into my life and interrupted the flow

CHORUS

I wanna know

Baby when you’re with me

Who do you think you’re foolin’?

Making me feel so short

Turnin’ your lovelight down again

Why don’t you let me be

You don’t know what you’re doin’

Making me feel so short

And turnin’ your lovelight down again

Did it again, did it again

Baby I’ve got to know

Are we gonna make it?

Lay it down right beside me tonight and do whatever you feel

Baby your in control

Where you gonna take it?

Don’t you think that I’ll do you right you know darn well that I will

CHORUS

I wanna know

Baby when you’re with me

Who do you think you’re foolin’?

Making me feel so short

Turnin’ your lovelight down again

Why don’t you let me be

You don’t know what you’re doin’

Making me feel so short

And turnin’ your lovelight down again

Do it again, do it again

Do it again, do it again

Baby you turn your lovelight down

And I don’t know, just how long I can stick around

Gonna need more, and it ain’t just physical

I dunno what I can do, if I’ve found that

It ain’t love this time around

Keep turning down your lovelight, did it again  (x 4)

CHORUS

When ever you….

Baby when you’re with me

Who do you think you’re foolin’?

Making me feel so short

Turnin’ your lovelight down again

Why don’t you let me be

You don’t know what you’re doin’

Making me feel so short

And turnin’ your lovelight down again

REPEAT AND FADE

BONGO BONG / Je Ne T'aime Plus

Mama was queen of the mambo

Papa was king of the Congo

Deep down in the jungle

I started bangin' my first bongo

Every monkey'd like to be

In my place instead of me

Cause I'm the king of bongo, baby

I'm the king of bongo bong

I went to the big town

Where there is a lot of sound

From the jungle to the city

Looking for a bigger crown

So I play my boogie

For the people of big city

But they don't go crazy

When I'm bangin' in my boogie

I'm the "king of the bongo, king of the bongo bong"

Hear me when I come

King of the bongo, king of the bongo bong

They say that I'm a clown

Making too much dirty sound

They say there is no place for little monkey in this town

Nobody'd like to be in my place instead of me

Cause nobody go crazy when I'm bangin' on my boogie

I'm the king of the bongo, king of the bongo bong

Hear me when I come

King of the bongo, king of the bongo bong

Bangin' on my bongo all that swing belongs to me

I'm so happy there's nobody in my place instead of me

I'm a king without a crown hanging loose in a big town

But I'm the king of bongo baby I'm the king of bongo bong

King of the bongo, king of the bongo bong

Hear me when I come, baby, king of the bongo, king of the bongo bong...

SHE’S MADONNA

Oh, Madonna, Madonna

I don't miss you

just who

you used to be

and you don't ring true

so please

stop calling me

Your "I love you"'s

are ten a penny

You're dropping clues

like you've got any

You got to choose

There's been so many ohhhh

I love you baby

but face it she's Madonna

No man on earth

could say that he don't want her

This look of love

says I'm leaving

you're frozen now

I've done the freezing

I'm walking out

Madonna's calling me

She's got to be

obscene to be believed

That's her routine

Not what she means to me

I found myself

by circumstance

across a room

where people dance

And quite by chance

she' danced right next me

I love you baby

but face it she's Madonna

No man on earth

would say that he don't want her

It's me not you

I've got to move on

You're younger too

but she's got her groove on

I'm sorry love

Madonna's calling me

Oh, Madonna, Madonna

I want to tell you a secret

We're having drinks

with Kate and Stella

Gwyneth's here

she's brought her fella

But all I wanna do

is take Madonna home

I love you baby

but face it she's Madonna

No man on earth

would say that he don't want her

It's me not you

I've got to move on

You're younger too

but she's got her groove on

I'm sorry love

Madonna's calling me

KEEP ON

Hotel motel Holiday Inn

Hotel motel Holiday Inn

Hotel motel

Vein popping

Heart  clogging

Name dropping

Life stopping

Got no strings

But I think with my dingalingaling

Can’t sing can’t speak ting tong’s tong ting

I’m popping

And I’m locking

Pulse stopping

Hypnotic

Got no strings

But I think with my dingalingaling

Wing chang with the ching ching ting tong’s tong ting

(I love my Mum and I love my Dad

They never had any love I’ve had

So much love it’s driving me mad)

Blood clotter

Slender tone

Say très bon

Dingadingdongadongadong

Sound of the town

Gets a little louder

He saw and I saw in my soul mine

If you’re in the club and you hear this sound

Come on everybody boogie down boogie down

Running in the fast lane

Speeding in the dark

Trying to maintain

The feeling in your heart

No leaving

Shallow breathing

Girl weeping

Teef teathing

Got no strings but I think with my dingaling

Wu tang with the bling bling

Sing a song sing sing

Naughty things

We’re geezing

Day creeping

Got not strings but I think with my dingaling

Wu tang with the bling bling

I spin with a tin tin  gin grin

(I love my Mum and I love my Dad

They never have any love I’ve had

So much love it’s driving me mad)

Blood clotter

Slender tone

Say très bon

Like a dingadingdongadongadong

Sound of the town

Gets a little louder

He saw and I saw in my soul mine

If you’re in this club and you hear this sound

Come on everybody boogie down boogie down

Running in the fast lane

Speeding in the dark

Trying to maintain

No feeling in your heart

Running in the fast lane

Speeding in the dark

Trying to maintain

The feeling in your heart

Hotel motel Holiday Inn

Hotel motel Holiday Inn

Hotel motel

Croups crouping

Roots rooting

Ludes looting

Loops hooping

Got no strings but I think with my dingalingaling

Two two for the two ting tong ting two stonking

Two’s two

Looks luking

Fruits fruiting

Sleuths sleuthing

Got no strings  I think with my dingalingaling

Root root for the rooting

Toot toot for the tooting

(I love my Mum and I love my Dad

They never have any love I’ve had

So much love it’s driving me mad)

Blood clotter

Slender tone

Say très bon

Like a dingadingdongadongadong

Sound of the town

Gets a little louder

He saw and I saw my saw mine

If you’re in this club and you hear this sound

Come on everybody boogie down boogie down

Running in the fast lane

Speeding in the dark

Trying to maintain

No feeling in your heart

Running in the fast lane

Speeding in the dark

Trying to maintain

No feeling in your heart

GOOD DOCTOR

Chorus

You alright star

No star

You alright star

You alright star

No star

I don ‘t feel proper

1st Verse

I went to the dr to get a prescription

I told him little fact and lots of fiction

About a bad back that I ain’t got

He tried to sell me faith healing

But I think not

I want Xanax, Vicadin and Oxycotton

Funky fill the form out

So I can drop em’

I’ve got all these demons

And I can’t stop em’

To tell you the truth Doc

I might have a problem

Robert Williams take one adoral with water in the morning

As if I’m goin’ to take one tablet I’m Keith Moon  Dick head

Chorus 2

He said this one’s to take you up

Wow how

He said this one’s to take you down

When I take um I don’t feel sound

And  I look rather… Round

You alright star

No star

You alright star

No star

You alright star

No star

I don ‘t feel proper

2nd Verse

You know what Doc its alright and all

I just heart me leg its not terminal

But a pain killer could help for whats wrong with my knee

And I’m a little bit down from too much tea

Got me own collection can’t get an erection

If I take em’ too long they’ll fuck me complextion

That’s right If I take em for like more than a few days I get that haunted look

Give me loads of pills, Give me loads of pills, Give me loads of pills, Give me loads of pills

Chorus 3

He said this one’s to take you up

Wow how

He said this one’s to take you down

Wow how

When I take um I don’t feel sound

And  I look rather… Round

You alright star

No star

You alright star

No star

You alright star

Five star

I don ‘t feel proper

Middle 8 ish

Now if you go to the barber shop long enough then you’re goina’ get a hair cut

And if go to the doctors regular, then you gots to be a fuck up

Well I’ve got 5 or 6 if I’m at a loss

Do I have a history of drug abuse, well I never tick that box

And I now that some of you are going to be really really cross

The drug’s stop working so prescription pills are boss

The glory days are gone and we’ve all stopped havin’ it

No raves no more just bedside cabinet

Sleepers are great but don’t start dabbing it

The world carries on spinning we’re mad in’it

Chorus 3

He said this one’s to take you up

Wow how

He said this one’s to take you down

Wow how

When I take um I don’t feel sound

And  I look rather… Round

You alright star

No star

You alright star

No star

You alright star

Five star

I don ‘t feel proper

You alright star

No star

Are you five star

No star

You alright star

Five star

I don ‘t feel proper

 

Know what doc, it’s not like I’ve been doin’ any research or anything

But if you can give me any of the following pills I’d be very very greatful cos I feel poorly

So that’s

Codeine

Morphine

Opium

Methadone

Menocrabedene

Hydroanoxycodeine

Anolodene

Buprenopheine

ButroPhenol

Adorel

Dorel

Work with me antidepressants

But not Saint Johns Wort

Cos I can get that at

Boots!

THE ACTOR

Principal actors to the stage please,

Act One is about to begin in 8 seconds.

VERSE ONE:

First you can't act, now you can't stop,

(What's my motivation?)

I used to like you... a lot,

(I was the class nerd)

Exactly who I'm s'posed to be,

(I'm totally Strasberg)

You play a doctor on TV,

(What you're doing is SO brave)

VERSE TWO:

Deep down you're dirty but you try,

(I'm a good person)

The truth would break you so you lie,

(I want my work to matter)

It's in the choices that you make,

(I want to inspire) 

No talent, just fate.

CHORUS:

I don't know where you begin,

I end, we start

Again, 

They need, you love,

We all watch

The Actor Acting.

VERSE THREE:

Good from far but far from good,

(All I have is my instinct)

You love to act, I wish you would,

(It's not acting, it's re-acting)

Act like you're not from out of space,

(When I'm on stage I feel alive)

You know ambition isn't grace,

(For me it's the craft)

VERSE FOUR:

Made of Sex, Maida Vale,

(Would I do better in New York)

You are the Alpha Male,

(I'm just too pretty for that role)

You are the good, you are the great,

(The words have power)

Now let me fill you with my hate.

(CHORUS)

MIDDLE 8:

Monroe,

(Monroe)

Barrymore,

(Barrymore)

Mansfield,

(MANSFIELD)

D-d-d-d-Dame d-Dame d-Dame Judi Dench,

(Judi Dench)

Madonna Ritchie,

(Ritchie)

Ritchie, Ritchie, Ritchie.

Streep,

Close,

Hepburn,

Burt Reynolds.

Niven,

Danson,

Bundy,

BARDOT.

Joaquin,

Joaquin,

Joaquin,

Joaquin,

Joaquin,

(Joaquin)

Joaquin,

(Joaquin)

Joaquin,

(Joaquin)

SWANK.

(CHORUS)

OUTRO SPEECH:

In the future,

Everybody will be anonymous for fifteen minutes,

You are, we all are a test card,

The stars of CCTV,

We ARE the nature of the beast.

NEVER TOUCH THAT SWITCH

Size of which is paradoxic the only way you’re gonna stop this

In the vessel there’s a switch in the middle, you really shouldn’t fiddle cause its toxic. Listen up ‘cos it’s a red light, and the pressure’s blowing up tight

There’s a skism in the time mechanism, there’s a skism in the time mekanism

Never touch that switch, even if you want to. You don’t know what it can do.

Never touch that switch, even if you want to. You don’t know what it can do.

See the futures in the distance I know I’m facing some resistance

Getting back within the blink of a bubble, time machine never gives us any

Trouble. There’s a riot down in Shelton, only minutes after Brixton but this city never made it on the telly. Or the rumble of the nations underbelly

Never touch that switch, even if you want to. You don’t know what it can do.

Never touch that switch, even if you want to. You don’t know what it can do.

You know you’re heading for a meltdown, and you’re living in a tin town

Thinking that you’re gonna be somebody, living in the land of milk and honey

Listen up ‘cos it’s a red light, and the futures blowing up tight

There’s a skism in the time mechanism, there’s a skism in the time mekanism

Never touch that switch, even if you want to. You don’t know what it can do.

Never touch that switch, even if you want to. You don’t know what it can do.

Never touch that switch, even if you want to. You don’t know what it can do.

Never touch that switch, even if you want to. You don’t know what it can do.

LOUISE

When he saw her getting of the bus

It seemed to wipe away the years

Her face was older, just a little rough

But her eyes were still so clear

He drank his coffee and he hurried out

Across before she walked away

Then he approached her like a little child

Too scared for what he had to say

"hello, louise,

Remember me?

Now should we part

Or stay awhile?

As if we were still lovers"

She took a moment just to recognise the man she'd known so well before

And as he started to apologise

Lose any bitterness she bore

She gently put her finger on his lips

To let him know she understood

And with her suitcase standing on the floor

Embraced him like a lover would

He told louise

"you look so good

It's just you see

You make me feel

As if we were still lovers"

It's not always true that time heals all wounds

There are wounds that you don't wanna heal

The memories of something really good

Something truly real, that you never found again

And though they talked for just a little time

Before she said she had to go

He saw the meeting as a tiny sign

That told him all he had to know

And so louise

Waved from the bus

And as she left

She gave that smile

As if they were still lovers

WE'RE THE PET SHOP BOYS

Suburbia's a slipstream

to a memory

of a time when you were

close to me

I pretend

I'm there again

I close my eyes and see you

better than before

then I feel you touch me

and it's 1984

I know what you will say

before you start

in my heart

We're the Pet Shop Boys

We're the Pet Shop Boys

Every thought's a fashion

or a crime

and every boy is just

a waste of time

but I pretend

it was different then

Maybe it's a habit

Maybe it's a sin

But I find out

when I try it on

it crawls beneath my skin

Once it gets inside me

it won't go

Now I know

We're the Pet Shop Boys

We're the Pet Shop Boys

Rent

Shopping

Being boring

It's alright

It's a sin

I'm not scared

In denial

I want a dog

I want a lover

Can you forgive her?

Do I have to?

What have I? What have I?

What have I done to deserve this?

BURLSEM NORMALS

In your face there’s nowt left. They have defaced the marks you left upon the wall

The writing’s now not there at all, can you stand what you stood for, are you more normal than before?

Goodbye to the normals x 2

In your place there’s just chavs. The kids aren’t alright. They know they’re born today

Reaching out to feel the sun at the time it seemed like fun. I was there when you got done.

There for two weeks by the surf, you used to know what we were worth before the normals fell to earth

Goodbye to the normals x 2

Whatever happened to, the Meir mortals crew, the fine young casuals blew a fuse and all the Burslem lads now that they’re all dads it meant so much to me, it makes me sad

In your wake, there’s nowt left

KISS ME

In my young life I have received

Callers as though they were Christmas Eve

Disappointed and I don't know why

She gave me laughter and hope

And a sock in the eye

(A love like this is sealed with a kiss)

In my young life and I know something now

I've never tried to create a wow

Wows are few frustration more common

Now I can feel it in my soul

That's why I gave the come on

Kiss me with your mouth

Your love is better than wine

But wine is all I have

Will your love ever be mine?

Faces fall before my feet.

Like blood onto a clean white sheet

When I grow old I won't forget

To innocence my only debt

(A love like this is sealed with a kiss)

Wow I feel so fresh today

Barefoot in the snow to make love in the hay

The stars are bright in the abyss

Now I can feel you in my arms

I explode inside your kiss.

THE 80’S

Verses 1

I smoke consulate and Park Drive

drank newky brown learned how to skive

polo mints to hide my breath from my mum

did a little weed cos’ it felt like fun

did a little speed if my friends had some

nicked volkswagon badges I’m a Beastie boys son

me so horny me so young and I still get my washing done

Auntie Jo died of cancer God didn’t have an answer

rhythm was a dancer any room for a chancer

that’s me in the corner thanks sir

wore a troop track suite british nike shoes

kangol hat like LL Cools

before I was having it having it large

they nicked the BMX from out my garage

and I new it was Tire from off the estate

cos every time I saw him he smiled like we were mates

from then on in, I’d have to walk to me nan’s and I’ll dream my dreams for a sea of prams

let a hooligan on the football stands and I threw the Vs to Leeds and West Ham

And then I ran, I ran so far away

Down Scotia road to a taxi bay

Then I ran again, cause I couldn’t pay

Young muslim didn’t get his fare that day… I apologize today

Chorus

Things look better when they start

That’s how the 80’s broke my heart

Verse 2

And who are you calling poff

You like Wham, man

I hate that stuff

And then my granddad died and left a hole in the family

And lots of women there to nanny me

School was a laugh, they didn’t have ADD

Thick was the term they used for me

Over and over, repeatedly… over and over

Take my breathe away pass the bidley bidley bidley bidley bong

Pass it on the left hand side

Right turn, Clyde

That girl in the fourth year got pregnant

She was raised Catholic, brilliant

I cried, she cried, we cried, her youth died

Drank cider in the cemetery

The year above us had discovered E

And I said it won’t for me

Twelve pounds fifty

I could rob my mom’s purse and buy one off chalky

Met a girl on Monday, drank fizzy pop on Tuesday,

Fingered her on Wednesday, and on Thursday, Friday Saturday Dumped by Sunday

Chorus 2

Things look better when they start

That’s how the 80’s broke my heart

The wonder years I’ve played my part

That’s how the 80’s broke my heart

Verse 3

 I lost my virginity to a girl called Anne Marie\

Well she said she fancied me

And then she said fuck me and I thought fuck me

And I’m all talk and it’ll be over too quickly

And it was but I couldn’t care less

I’d seen a girls part made a mess on  her dress

Ohh yes you’re now rocking with the best

Second person in my year that had seen the breast

I’m in my 30’s now and I’m still impessed

Why the Falklans Mum and what have they done

 where do girls come, where do girls come where do girls come

It’s the 80’s what you looking at you mong

So youg so Long So youg so Long

Too short so long

 what you’looking at you mong

Too short so long Too short so long

So long

THE 90’S

Picking up the story from where I left off It’s 1990 now so school can fuck off I got no GCSEs, nothing higher than a ‘D’

I couldn’t tell me mum because she’d batter me Me and Tate sat on the bowling green, life was a shitter We had five quid between us and bought six cans of bitter I took me ten Benson home and I smoked through the sorrow If I could just avoid me Mum, maybe I’d tell her tomorrow I stumbled through the door I said "Mum it’s like this"

She said “That man’s been on the phone and you’ve made the list You’re in that boy band son, come and give us a kiss”

Phoned up Martin and Rich and carried on getting pissed Boys I don’t believe it, I’m goin’ to be famous Pick you up in a Porsche and buy you lots of trainers I met the other guys, one seemed like a cock I think it’s going to be like New Kids On The Block

I can’t be bothered ’cause I’m lazy

I hate those that hate me

I can’t forgive and it’s crazy, baby

Now I’m a video star

Baa baa baa, ba baa baa

Do you know who you are, baby

(I only wanted to get down

I’m making trouble in this town

For the five of us)

I adopted four brothers, some I liked more than others One was like a brother from another mother But the lead singer made it hard to like him And I still loved him, despite him The first three months, you know I nearly quit I played snooker with my Dad, he said “Don’t be a dick Unload the bullets, you’re mind is a gun You’re gonna shoot yourself when they’re number one”

I can’t be bothered ’cause I’m lazy

I hate those that hate me

I can’t forgive and it’s crazy, baby

Now I’m a video star

Baa baa baa, ba baa baa

Do you know who you are, baby

(I only wanted to get down

I’m making trouble in this town

For the five of us)

Now it’s dinner with Versace lunch with Princess Diana And I’m gonna get battered if I go out in my manor ‘Cause as much as we were loved we were also hated The boys got jealous ‘cause the girls got plated And now we’re famous and that, and we’re dancing and that And I’m thinking I can sing why am I stood at the back

So fuck the band give me Sambuka and gak

I can’t be bothered ’cause I’m lazy

I hate those that hate me

I can’t forgive and it’s crazy, baby

Now I’m a video star

Baa baa baa, ba baa baa

Do you know who you are, baby

(I only wanted to get down

I’m making trouble in this town

For the five of us)

And now it’s breaking my heart because the dream’s turned to shit It ain’t broke but I’ll break it in a little bit And I’m always in trouble but I’ve stopped saying sorry Everybody’s worried “What the fuck’s wrong with Robbie He not answering his phone, he’s not talking to me I saw him on the telly at Glastonbury”

And now I’m running away from everything that I’ve been And I’m pissed and I’m fucked, and I’m only nineteen I can’t conform no more, I can’t perform no more

But the boys know I’m fucked and so they show me the door And if the truth be told I wasn’t fit enough to stay So I put my head down and walked away That was the 90's, 90 to 95

I can’t be bothered ’cause I’m lazy

I hate those that hate me

I can’t forgive and it’s crazy, baby

Now I’m a video star

Baa baa baa, ba baa baa

Do you know who you are, baby

(I only wanted to get down

I’m making trouble in this town

For the five of us)

SUMMERTIME

This is how I pray in the summer time, this is how I pray in the summer

Got my glass of shandy now I feel fine, this is how I pray. Yeah

The more you say, the more you pray, the less it’s getting you down

The more you pray, the more you stay, the less it’s getting you down

Autumn time, leaves falling all around

Winter time, follows suite

Little bunnies freezing in the snow

Winter’s  such an ugly brut

Mid city blues, getting ya down

Take a break from the strain

Get out your car, drink a glass of wine

Admit it, you feel great

It’s the summertime

This is how I play in the summer time, this is how i pray in the summer

Got my glass of shandy now I feel fine, this is how I pray. Yeah

This is how I pray in the summer time, this is how we play in the summer

Got my glass of shandy now I feel fine, this is how I pray. Yeah

And if your love has met its sad refrain

Believe me you will love again

And all the best laid plans of mice and men go wrong

You can here it in this song

This is how I break for the summer time, this is how I play in the summer

What’s mine is yours, yours is mine

This is how I pray. Yeaaaahhhhhhh. Ooooooooohwoowo

You got the funky drummer in ‘89

This is how I play. Yeaaaahhhhhhh. Ooooooooohwoowo

Wooooohhhooooooo

The Mondays, the roses, blocking all your noses

Wearting baggy clothies in your buffalo poses

Bank tellers, dropping little fellas

Loved up in the clubs with football fugs

No malice I dig your dreadlocks, buzzing off your socks

Big fish little fish, cardboard box

So give me French kiss, I love you voodoo ray

I dream of santa anna on the road to Mandalay

In the summertime

Where the weather is hot

In the summertime

Where the weather is hot

On my mind, on my mind

In the summertime

Where the weather is hot

In the summertime

Summertime

When the weather is hot

Summertime

On my mind

In the summertime

On my mind

I got shivers down my spine

On my mind

The summertime

On my mind

On my mind

DICKHEAD

This is “T” to the mother fucking “Ofty”

What’s you’re problem Dickhead

1st Verse

Don’t kick my dog dickhead

Don’t beep at me dickhead

Why d’you mug me off in my car dickhead

Why you disrespecting my bra dickhead

Theres a dickhead in you’re mouth

A dickhead on parade

Do not have kids

Don’t want  dickheads to be made dickhead

Why you disrespecting my bra dickhead

Why d’you piss me off in first class dickhead

I’m not sitting here to be treated like a dickhead

Bumba Clart, kin’ Raas Clart

Where’s the Chorus dickhead

Chorus

Isn’t it Lovely, that we can still be good friends

They say you’ve gone off me, don’t be so sloppy..baby

Isn’t it Lovely, that we can still be good friends

I know you still want me, cos I’m so lovely…baby

2nd Verse

If you diss me you’ll sell copy dickhead

What d’you expect dickhead

Radiohead dickhead

This is pop dickhead

Size tens dickhead

break you’re shins dickhead

My security are a viscious crew

They’ll kick fuck out of you

Only if I ask them to, but

They’ll kick fuck out of you

You’re going home in a Stafordshire Ambulance

I wasn’t looking at ya’ bird dickhead

She was looking at me dickhead

Who do I think I am dickhead

Who the fuck are you dickhead

You must have me confused

With someone who gives a shit

I’ve found the dickhead of the year

And you are fucking it dickhead

Where’s the chorus…no chorus.. dickhead

Chorus 2

Isn’t it Lovely, that we can still be good friends

They say you’ve gone off me, don’t be so sloppy..baby 

Isn’t it Lovely, that we can still be good friends

I know you still want me, cos I’m so lovely…baby

The Tofty Rap

I’ve got a bucket of shit Ohh Yeah

I’ve got a bucket of shit

I’ve got a bucket of shit Ohh Yeah

I’ve got a bucket of shit

Not, horse shit, cow shit  dog shit no real shit

I’ve got a bucket of shit Ohh Yeah

I’ve got a bucket of shit

Verse 3

Why d’you cut me up in my car dickhead

Why d’you say bad things ‘bout my bra dickhead

I’ve got nothing for you dickhead

Go to bed dickhead

Don’t wake up dickhead

Who gives a fuck dickhead

No one gives a fuck about you cos you’re a dickhead true

See your mate over there in the corner he’s a dickhead too like you, dickhead

Chorus 3

Isn’t it Lovely, that we can still be good friends

They say you’ve gone off me, don’t be so sloppy..baby

Isn’t it Lovely, that we can still be good friends

I know you still want me, cos I’m so lovely…baby

Dickhead

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Robbie Williams. Photos © EMI.

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