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30 Odd Foot Of Grunts – David lyrics

David
(CroweCochranAdamKelly)
How many people have the same name?
How many Davids do you know?
What's the measurement on thinking the same thing
What's the chance they'd ever know
What's the chance they'd ever know
Well I know of two men
Who carry my name
I read about one in a magazine
Saw another in a newspaper on a aeroplane
There once was a young boy
Who was photographed at 13
For Life magazine
As ballroom dancer
I have often been asked if that was me
I have often wondered if that was me
How many people have the same name?
How many Davids do you know?
What's the measurement on thinking the same thing
What's the chance they'd ever know
What's the chance they'd ever know
The other man comes from Florida *
He trains snakes for a living
He was arrested and fined
For being unkind
I'd hate to be that reptile when he got home
Well I'd hate to be that snake when he got home
How many people have the same name?
How many Davids do you know?
What's the measurement on thinking the same thing
What's the chance they'd ever know
What's the chance they'd ever know
What's the chance they'd ever, ever know30 Odd Foot of Grunts Lyrics Index



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