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      Sissyneck

      Beck

      Album: Odelay

      Beck - Sissyneck Música y Letra, MP3 GRATIS

      I don't need no wheels
      I don't need no gasoline
      'Cause the wind that is blowing
      Is blowing like a smoke machine
      
      If I said to you
      That I was looking for a place to get to
      'Cause my neck is broken
      And my pants ain't getting no bigger
      
      I got a stolen wife
      And a rhinestone life
      And some good ol' boys
      I'm writing my will
      On a three dollar bill
      In the evening time
      
      All my friends
      Tell me something is getting together
      I got a beard that would disappear
      If I'm dressed in leather
      Now let me tell you about my baby
      She was born in Arizona
      Sitting in the jailhouse
      Trying to learn some good manners
      
      I got a stolen wife
      And a rhinestone life
      And some good ol' boys
      I'm writing my will
      On a three dollar bill
      In the evening time
      
      Matchsticks strike
      When I'm riding my bike to the depot
      'Cause everybody knows my name
      At the recreation center
      If I could only find a nickel
      I would pay myself off tonight
      'Cause nobody knows
      When he good times have passed out cold
      
      I got a stolen wife
      And a rhinestone life
      And some good ol' boys
      I'm writing my will
      On a three dollar bill
      In the evening time
      
      I got a stolen wife
      And a rhinestone life
      And some good ol' boys
      I'm writing my will
      On a three dollar bill
      In the evening time
      
      Don't talk to me
      If you're looking for somebody to cry on
      Don't talk to me
      If you're looking for somebody to cry on
      
      Ahhhowwww!!

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