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The Vanity 6 – He's So Dull lyrics

He's so dull, drives a '63 Rambler
He's so dull, still livin' with his mother
He's so dull and he won't get anywhere with me
He's always callin' on the telephone
He won't go out without a chaperone
Cuz he's so afraid 2 be alone with me

He's always reading science magazines
And he doesn't even wear blue jeans
Why can't he understand what all this means 2 me?


He watches television night and day
He doesn't listen 2 a word I say
And he's always tryin' 2 walk me home from school

I'd like 2 tell'em that I wish he was dead (Drop dead)
But he could never get it through his head
He'll never change, he'll always be a fool


(Anywhere, I say he won't get anywhere)
He's so dull {x4}
He's so dull (Still livin' with his mother)
He's so dull (I bet he never had a lover)
He's so dull (And he won't get anywhere with me)
He's so dull
He's so dull (Still livin' with his mother)
(I bet he never had a lover)
(And he won't get anywhere with me)

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