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Hey Mona Lisa, what are you hiding?
Your smile is saying something I think I should understand.
I think you're worth it, but bring it to the surface.
You know I've never been a pluracratic man.

Take the skin boat to tuna town.
Just one thing.
Wearing out the sideways frown.
Just one thing.
Hiking up The Matterhorn.
Just one thing.
Passing out the candy corn.
Just one thing.

You know Sigmund Freud, he never got too far.
Til he admitted a cigar is just a cigar.
So keep it simple, be emphatic with your signals.
Reading tribal tendencies should never be this hard.

Mackerel mitten, Sasquatch glove.
Just one thing.
Monkey missile, panda shove
Just one thing.
Camel toe and trouser beans.
Just one thing.
Momma's toothless wolverine.
Just one thing.

What's the matter with a pink banana,
That you scattered and smothered with baby batter?

Take the skin boat to tuna town.
Just one thing.
Wearing out the sideways frown.
Just one thing.
Hiking up The Matterhorn.
Just one thing.
Passing out the candy corn.
Just one thing.

It could only mean... Single Entendre.



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