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I don't wanna hear about your miserable day
If I gave you the chance you'd talk my life away
You tell me that you love me and that's not a sin
But fifty times a day is kinda wearin' me thin
I know you like to talk just to hear your own voice
Is there a point you're trying to make or just a little noise
All ya ever do is, nag, nag, nag, nag
Can't you stop your bitchin', are you always such a drag
G-g-gimme' no lip, ya gotta shut-up baby
G-g-gimme' no lip, ya gotta shut-up baby
Your jaws always jabber, you're a pain in the neck
Even driving in your car you're gonna have a wreck
Talk about the thing I don't wanna understand
You hold the world's record, biggest mouth in the land
Once I had a dream you couldn't utter a peep
But then you woke me up, 'cuz you were talkin' in your sleep
Baby why ya talk so much, ya drivin' me crazy
Baby why ya yell so much, ya drivin' me nuts
Baby why ya talk so much, ya drivin' me crazy
Baby why ya yell so much, ya drivin' me nuts
G-g-g-gimme' no lip, gimme' no lip
G-g-g-gimme' no lip, gimme' no, gimme' no lip
Chiney mo, chiney mo
Chiney mo, chiney mo

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