You're fit but my gosh, don't you know it! So when I looked at you standing there with your hoard, I was waiting in the queue looking at the board, Wondering whether to have a burger of chips, Or what the shrapnel in my back pocket could afford
A Grand Don't Come for Free is the second studio album from British garage and hip hop act The Streets. It was released on 17 May 2004 and is listed in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. It is a rap opera which follows the story of its protagonist's relationship with a girl named Simone, alongside the mysterious loss of £1,000 from his home (the eponymous "grand").
scuse me girl I know it's a bit embarrassing But I've noticed some tan lines! On your shirt! See, I reckon you're about an eight or a nine, Maybe even nine and a half in four beers time, That blue top shop top you've got on is nice, Bit too much fake tan though but yeah, you score high, But there's just one little thing that's really really, Really really annoying me about you, you see, Yeah, yeah, like I said, you are really fit, But my gosh, don't you just know it! (Chorus).
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fit and I do want it But I stopped sharking a minute to get chips and drinks
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