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What I'm asking you, baby, is why can't we just be friends?
but you turn off the world and hide under your bed
Did the novelty wear off, or did just get sober?
Did you find that extra life, or are you dead?

I could have had a Hipster Tinkerbell, or the Dutchess of the Lawschool Dance,
shacked up with the Queen of South Town--such a practical romance.
They say the way to his heart lies through a man's stomach, but for me it was through my pants.
I could have had the Baroness of Lovely, but I got the Princess of Ants.

You got an eight by seven wall scroll of Darth Vadar
Flippin' a peace sign as he hands Yoda his bong.
I'm a reasonable man, without a lot of
deal-breakers
But unlicensed, drug-themed merchandise is one.

Get her off my shoulders.
Making me me older.
You're so damn hot but I just wan' stop. Yeah.

Get her off my shoulders.
She's just like a boulder.
She's like the Princess of Ants.

How can I get out 'this city
with your ice-ball kiss
and your rope-dart pity?
There's an Animality from your deadly kitty
Did I get too old, or did your
pretty little
melody wear off, or did I just get over it?
All this fucking you is fucking with my head.

They tell you, Girl, you must defeat Sheng Long, before you stand a chance.
I could have had the Baroness of Lovely, but I got the Princess of Ants.

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from Ultimate Songs From The Pit, released November 6, 2011
Music by Shael Riley
Lyrics by Shael Riley and Ricky Henry

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