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Fruitloop Daydream lyrics

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Linda Perry – Fruitloop Daydream lyrics

This ain't no walk in park
But I call it my home
And you're all invited

Waking up in the dark
Knowing I'm not alone
It's all so familiar

I Got the trees in the sky
Got the grass in my toes
I got no tomorrows

Got the diolated eyes
And a couple of No-Doze

It's a happy feeling
The drag queens
The speed freaks
All the homo boys they touch me baby
Tainted love

The park on a Sunday afternoon

Fruitloop Daydream

Bring your life in a sack
You can come with us too
It's a happy family

Trade your crack for some crack
Change your groove for some groove
It's a poor man's party

The Dozers
The posers
All the rich kids with their candy noses

Hey mister
Spare a sister some change

Fruitloop Daydream

This ain't no walk in park
But I call it my home
And you're all invited

Waking up in the dark
Knowing I'm not alone
It's all so familiar
The drag queens
The speed freaks
All the homo boys they touch me baby
Tainted love

The park on a Sunday afternoon



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