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Dropout Boogie lyrics

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Captain Beefheart – Dropout Boogie lyrics

You wanna do what?
You wanna do what?
I told you what
I told you what
You wanna do what?
You wanna do what?
I told you what
I told you what
Go to school, go to school
Go to school, go to school
Just cake, just cake
Just cake, just cake
Dropout, dropout
Dropout, dropout
Can't get a job
Can't get a job
Don't know what it
Don't know what it
What it's all about
What it's all about
You said that you love her
So take her to mother
You love her adapt her
You love her adapt her
Adapt her, adapt her
Adapt her, adapt her
Then what about after that?
Then what about after that?

Support her, support her
She said she's a boarder
Get a job, get a job
Get a job, get a job
You said that you love her
So take her to mother
You love her adapt her
You love her adapt her
Adapt her, adapt her
Adapt her, adapt her
Then what about after that?
Then what about after that?



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