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"Guilty (of being a pest)"

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Dedicated to Ms HG (my very wicked, very cool cousin) and Owen (my bro who helped me out in this)
GUILTY (of being a pest)

I never want to play the games
that people play
Scrabble and Monopoly
every day
I've planted each and every seed
Now all I need is to kill my weed

If it's wrong to slam the boot
Then what am I supposed to do
When all I wanna do is lose my mind
(lose my mind)
If it's wrong to scream at night
I'm prepared to testify
If being a public nuisance is a crime
Then I'm guilty

I wanna give you all the things
You've never had
Don't try to tell me how he
eats you isn't bad
never seen such sloppy eating
i never wanted to just be the other guy
(The other guy)
I never wanted to poison that guy's pie


Girl I followed my fart
followed the smell
Right from the start
It led me to you
Please don't leave me this way
IT WAS ME! that's all I have to say


What am i supposed to do
Then I'm guilty
Havent had a bath in thirteen years
Cuz I'm filthy
I'm prepared to testify
If it's wrong to scream at night
Then tell me about this feeling inside
If being a public nuisance is a crime
Then I'm guilty..

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