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He knew what he wanted to say
But he didn't know how to word it
The dirty little Herbert
Was thinking an escape
But the place was well guarded

The guiltiness that started
Soon as the other part had stopped

D is for Delightful
And try and keep your trousers on
I think you should know you're his favourite worst nightmare
D is for...

Desperately trying to stimulate what it was that was alright
3 quarters of an hour ago
That had led him to be in a position

*On the brink of a mission,
On the brink of an episode.

He's nearing the brink but he thinks first
The parallel universe perhaps could be the perfect scene
He's nearing the brink but he thinks first
The parallel universe perhaps could be the perfect scene
He's nearing the brink but he thinks first
The parallel universe perhaps could be the perfect scene
He's nearing the brink but he thinks first
The parallel
I think you should know you're his favourite worst nightmare

D is for delightful
And try and keep your trousers on
You should know you're his favourite worst nightmare



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