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You're No Rock N' Roll Fun lyrics

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Sleater Kinney – You're No Rock N' Roll Fun lyrics

You're no rock n' roll fun
Like a party that's over
Before it's begun

You're no walk in the park
More like a shot in the dark
With clues left for no one

All the boys in the band
Know how to get down
Fill our Christmas socks
With whiskey drinks and chocolate bars

When the evening ends
We won't be thinking of you then
Although the best man
Won't hang out with the girl band

The girl band

You're no rock n' roll fun
Like a piece of art
That no one can touch

Your head's always up in the clouds
Writing your songs
Won't you ever come down?

All the boys in the band
Know how to get down
Fill our Christmas socks
With whiskey drinks and chocolate bars

And when the evening ends
We won't be thinking of you then
Even if your song
Is playing on the jukebox

On the jukebox

You wanna party with the lights on
Come on I like the dark
You always wanna hear the same old song
Come on play another song

Coz you're no rock n' roll fun
Like a party that's over
Before it's begun

You're no walk in the park
More like a shot in the dark
With clues left for no one

You're no rock n' roll fun
(repeat x4)



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