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FAT & JEALOUS (Friends, 1986)

Every one of you, of every size.
Every one of you, youíre telling lies.

And when youíre screaming that the riverís high,
and when you feel just like you want to die...
To every one of you, I wave bye-bye.

Then they tell us, then they tell us,
fat and jealous.
Then they tell us, canít tell us,
fat and jealous.

Every one of you, you have a dream.
But all you ever do, is stomp and scream.

And then then they tell us, then they tell us,
fat and jealous.
Then they tell us, canít tell us,
fat and jealous.

Ah-huh, Mac the mean man, What he done?*
Heís only happy when the blood starts to run.
All you hear him singing like a bird,
he goes "La, la, la"
He never heard.

Mac the mean man, Heís obscene.*
He goes running after lowlife,
when heís not even clean?

Every one of you, you pull my hair... out.
But nearly all of you, werenít even there.

And when youíre screaming that the ladies stare,
even if youíre maimed by a Grizzly bear.
Every one of you,
I donít care. I donít care.

And then then they tell us, then they tell us,
fat and jealous.
Then they tell us, canít tell us,
fat and jealous.

* - "Mac the mean man" is only a guess on both these lines. If anybody has a better idea of the words, please email me.

Words: Trevor Tanner / Music: The Bolshoi

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