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Toasters – Radiation Skank lyrics

When I wake up in the morning,
Get my breakfast at the larder,
Take my cup of tea,
And go out in the garden.
Whats those lights up in the northern sky?
It looks like london burning,
Then it could be bristol
I'm really not that certain

Sorry boys,
Its a big mistake,
I'd like to stop the rockets,
But its far to late

When he drops his bombs on your head
I'll make sure I'm not there
I'll be in the carribean
Or somewhere like australia
Cause I don't wana be a mutant, no I don't
With arms and legs in funny places
My elbows where my hands are
My ass right where my face is

Sorry boys,
Its a big mistake,
I'd like to stop the rockets,
But its far to late



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