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      Jubilee

      Blur

      Album: Parklife

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      Blur - Jubilee Música y Letra

      Jubilee slouches in the settee
      He's losing all will to move
      He gone divvy, too much telly
      He watching twenty four hours of rubbish
      
      He got butane he got plastic bags
      His eyes are going square
      (Oh yea)
      He no loafer just anti-social
      He no going to cut his hair
      
      He dresses incorrectly
      No one told him seventeen
      (Ooh)
      (He no mean enough)
      He dresses incorrectly
      No one told him seventeen
      (Ooh)
      (He no keen on being like anyone else)
      
      Jubilee's dad Billy Banker
      (Thinks his son's a slob)
      He is a slob
      Should get out more, stop scabbing
      He really should go and get a job
      
      He dresses incorrectly
      No one told him seventeen
      (He no mean enough)
      He dresses incorrectly
      No one told him where to go
      (Ooh)
      (But he just don't get out enough)
      
      He dresses incorrectly
      No one told him talk to girls
      (But he's just too spotty)
      He dresses incorrectly
      No one told him seventeen
      (Ooh)
      (He no keen on being like anyone else)
      (So he just plays on his computer game)
      
      He dresses incorrectly
      No one told him seventeen
      (He no mean enough)
      He dresses incorrectly
      No one told him where to go
      (Ooh)
      (But he just don't get out enough)
      
      He dresses incorrectly
      No one told him talk to girls
      (But he's just too spotty)
      He dresses incorrectly
      No one told him seventeen
      (Ooh)
      (He not keen on being like)
      (Anyone he's not being like)
      (Anyone Jubilee's not like)
      (Anyone else)

      Blur - Jubilee Música y Letra

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