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Fall – A Lot Of Wind lyrics

Desperate for entertainment
So I turn the tv on
There's people jumping up and down
Then they have the panel on
And they talk a lot of wind
They talk a lot of wind


Then they have the weatherman on
He used to teach all our friends
He talked a lot of wind
He talks a lot about wind


Then they have carl lewis on
Hes got a ponytail and he's a vegan
He talks a lot of wind
He talks a lot about wind


I turn the tragic lantern on
Its a program good morning*
Its a lot of wind
They talk a lot about wind


Im real sick and in distress
I got octagonals in my eyelids
From watching all that wind
I get horrible horrible horrible dreams
So I ring the tv line and get a lot of wind
They talk a lot of wind


You see them selling carpets
You see them in the shops
You see them on the kids programs
And they talk a lot of wind


Oh the boredom in my bones
From belching a lot of wind
They talk a lot about wind
They talk a lot about wind


I gotta forget about the wind
Has a lot of nerve
To talk a lot about wind


There's a roly-poly, roly-poly man
Hes got a yak haircut (dick, dick, dick)
They talk a lot about wind



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