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jayne harris

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Have A Go


you always walk around with your arms astride
to give the impression that your neck is wide
you can only hit women but you cant hit men
then you tell your wife it was all back then
until you get drunk then you do it again
it depends on how many drinks that you sup
you, ve got a big mouth but you cant back it up

oh your always saying
come an have a go if you think your hard enough
come an have a go if you think your hard enough
come an have a go if you think your hard enough
you think your hard you think you hard enough
come an have a go if you think your hard enough
come an have a go if you think your hard enough
you think your hard you think you hard enough

you offer me when you.ll know you, ll get beat
theres no comparison you just cant compete
with me or anybody that you.ve asked
exept for the women that you, ve harrassed
you need anger management you know its true
you gunning for people so there gunning for you

oh you, ve gotta stop saying
come an have a go if you think your hard enough
come an have a go if you think your hard enough
come an have a go if you think your hard enough
you think your hard you think you hard enough
come an have a go if you think your hard enough
come an have a go if you think your hard enough
come an have a go if you think your hard enough
you think your hard you think you hard enough

Submitted: Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, July 18, 2012

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