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Chris Smith

The Lyrics

If I could tell the world just one thing it would be
Don't take off my shoes
And don't let me take 'em off 'cause it would be smelly in rooms like these.
I don't like being smelly
I'm starting to pout
'cause whenever I try to take a bath
The water jumps right out.

My feet just stink, I know
But they're not yours, they are my own.
Yes, they're not yours, they are my own and
I'm trying to clean them.

Once a thief tried to steal my shoes.
He didn't get away alive.
The poor man would rather have his nose
Stuck in a beehive.
I stink!
I really stink,
For someone like me I really reek.
'Cause when there's a time I have no shoes,
there I shall go stinking.


I will get into the tub, and I will wash.
I will get into the tub, and I will wash.
I will get into the tub, and I will wash.


I'm really trying to clean them!

They are my feet.
And they stink.
They are my feet.
They stink.
They are my feet.
They are my feet.
They are my feet.

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Pacing: 3.9
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Total Votes: 13

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