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Doesn't It Make You Sick (Mortar and Brick) Lyrics

Artist: Gilbert O'Sullivan
Album: Singer Sowing Machine - Japanese Version

Heart beat low heat no heat at all Question unanswered and I recall Haves that have no qualms what arses they lick in taking their pick) Doesn't It make you sick

One day Tuesday three days Or more Looked for a job saw one framed in a store Rushed into buy it but I was too quick Doesn't it make you sick At no time in my mind are Wheelchairs inept Governments tell you with charm When faced with a stairway here's what they advice Just walk with it under your arm

Who are what are where are the few Always it's arabs hated by jews Bombing your neighbor with mortar and brick Doesn't it make you sick

At no time in my mind are Wheelchairs inept Governments tell you with charm When faced with a stairway here's their advise Just walk with it under your arm

No doubt sauerkraut is a racist remark So to is Blackpool long after dark Have nots deprived of their mortar and brick Doesn't it make you sick Doesn't it make you sick

And suppose If I'm a atheist It's God I'll thank
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