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Cut out the crap you know you want to relate
Day by day by day by day by day
Don't want to eat your problems like a piece of cake
Day by day by day by day by day

Out of the frying pan in to the fire
I've got a plan that can make your day
Out of the dungeons and down to the wire
You've got to learn how to make love pay

Don't need no friend to tell you how to f_ _k your head
Day by day by day by day by day
Taking account of nothing leaves you in the red
Day by day by day by day by day

Breaking your bones is a sign ot the times
You've got a soul that has been force-fed
Climbing up walls to the end of the line
These are the tracks that are in your head

Out of the frying pan in to the fire
I've got a plan that can make your day
Out of the dungeons and down to the wire
You've got to learn how to make love pay

Day by day by day by day by day



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