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John Lydon – Dis-Ho lyrics

Hey ho too, I know you

Heave ho, heave

I must've been a horse's ass
To let her keep me under the lash
Some kind of king in a big palace
She took my love, she took my cash

Heave ho, heave

Sued me for the girlie, one on the side
Try a triangle, catch, collide
Thought that I was clever
(Heave, heave ho)
Thought that I was sly
She took me to the cleaners
(Heave, heave ho)
Said goodbye

Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye, goodbye

Heave ho, heave

Now don't be told your life is order
You bite this hook, your life is over
You sink a ship, we all go down
Rats will swim, men will drown

She came
(Heave, heave ho)
She stayed
(Heave, heave ho)
We played
We played long
(Heave ho)
Every night
It was she

(Heave ho, heave)
Hey ho too, I know you
Heave ho
Heave ho!
Yeah, I must've been a horse's ass

It was she

It was expensive
She was worth it
She came
(Heave, heave ho)
She came
(Heave, heave ho)
She played
She went away

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