Paroles de Ding dong

Nellie Mckay

pochette album Ding dong
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Date de parution : 10/02/2004

Durée : 0:03:11

Style : Pop



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My cat died and i quickly poured myself some gin
Did she die from old age or was it for my sins?
God i loved her oh so much, miss her little kitty touch
Does she miss me, does she care? oh i miss her kitty stare
Do you have a little time, would you like to ease my mind?
Talk for hours and never stop, chop your head off
Be a lighter person, brighter person, nicer
But you've heard it all before

So ding dong, there's the doorbell
Hello man in white
He's gonna make you all well
Get you through the night
But hey now
You don't feel better
As you take your fresh bromide
Maybe this man of letters lied

Let me tell you 'bout a dream, i had the other night
You were in it boy, you sure gave me a super fright
I was walking down the street, downtown by the d.m.v.
You popped out behind a door, it was odd you were on all fours
Do you have some time to spare, you were barking at a bear
It said, "hey you'd better stop, chop your head off
Be a lighter person, brighter person, nicer"
But you've heard it all before

So ding dong, there's the doorbell
Hello man in red
He's gonna make you all well
Get you into bed
But hey now
You don't feel better
As you wake and slowly rise
Maybe this smooth jet-setter lied

Stick around one minute more, i'm smarter than you think
Do i sound like an old bore, oh man it's just the drink
I didn't always hit the gin, there were times when i fit in
They'll never know how much i tried, did i tell you my cat died?
Do you have a little time, would you like to feel sublime?
Run away and never stop, chop your head off
Be a lighter person, brighter person, nicer
But you've heard it all before

So ding dong, there's the doorbell
Hello man in black
He's gonna make you all well
There's no goin' back
But hey now you don't feel better
As you drift off in the tide
Maybe this jack the ripper lied
And you died

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