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Mother Hips – Single Spoon lyrics

If I flew you
To Honolulu
I could do you
My new tune
But I've chosen
Very lonesome
I suppose the wholesome thing to do

Single spoon
Half asleep in your hotel room
Alone and basically up on the moon
Single spoon
Are you stupid?
Don't you know
That it takes two
To do the spoon?

Now, I should warn you
About California
They're quick to scorn you
If you fail
To be the coolest
Or on the guest list
And you're not foolish
You're just kind of pale

Single spoon
Half asleep in your hotel room
Alone and basically up on the moon
Single spoon
Are you stupid?
Don't you know
That it takes two
To do the spoon?

I'd make a major
Money wager
That you've got your pager
By your bed
And I'm sleeping
Down in the deep end
When I could be beeping you instead

Single spoon
Half asleep in your hotel room
Alone and basically up on the moon
Single spoon
Are you stupid?
Don't you know
That it takes two
To do the spoon?



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