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Monday, Tuesday, hump day is half way
Stick it in the pig, pop it in the bank
Saturday is coming quicker than you think
Forty-eight to rendezvous
I'm gonna blow a wad on you

Oh, oh, oh
I'm coming in my pants, my shirt
It's my best suit baby
Gonna pick your flower
Gonna be there in an hour
Coming in my pants, shined shoes
In my neck tie honey
I'm so excited I hope that I don't come to soon

I can't move on, attention is long gone
Suit's all pressed, wallets in shape
All that's left is a little manscape
24 to rendez-vous
I'm gonna blow a wad on you

Oh, oh, oh
I'm coming in my pants, my shirt
It's my best suit baby
Gonna pick your flower
Gonna be there in an hour
Coming in my pants, shined shoes
In my neck tie honey
I'm so excited I hope that I don't come to soon

24 to rendez-vous (I can't wait)
I'm gonna blow a wad on you (I can't Wait)
24 to rendez-vous (I can't wait baby)
I'm gonna blow a wad on you

Oh, oh, oh
I'm coming in my pants, my shirt
It's my best suit baby
Gonna pick your flower
Gonna be there in an hour
Coming in my pants, shined shoes
In my neck tie honey
I'm so excited I hope that I don't come to soon (Oh damn)



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