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Arctic Monkeys – Don't sit down 'cause I've moved your chair lyrics

Break a mirror roll the dice,
Run with scissors through a chip pan fire fight.
Go into business with a grizzly bear,
But just don't sit down 'cause I've moved your chair.

Find a well known hardman and start a fight,
Wear your shell suit on bonfire night.
Fitting a circular hole with a peg that's square,
But just don't sit down 'cause I've moved your chair.

Bite the lightning and tell me how it tastes,
Kung fu fighting on your roller skates,
Do the macerana in the devils lair
But just don't sit down 'cause I've moved your chair.



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    UnregisteredNov 29, 2011 at 11:04 am
    To the person who wrote 'its really a horribly written song. Good instrumentally but these lyrics are an insult to average human intelligence. ' what a shame you don't even possess 'average human intelligence. '
    This song is brilliantly written and exudes intelligence, just because you don't understand it doesn't mean it's horribly written.
    To the person who wrote 'it's about chairs and especially not sitting down because I moved it. ' - LMFAO!

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