White and Lazy

by The Replacements

The Replacements are an American punk rock band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1979, and are considered pioneers of alternative rock. The band was composed of guitarist and vocalist Paul Westerberg, guitarist Bob Stinson, bassist Tommy Stinson, and drummer Chris Mars for most of their career. …




I can wake up in the morning
Gonna stay up afternoon
Don't lie in a stutter
Get myself in my mood, yeah

Gonna get the corner baker
And I'll attend to my maker
I don't take no cigarettes
They got a mood

Gonna spend my money on a sweet and sexy
Girl around, make me jealous
I can't a cannibal					(Not sure about
Too fuckin'weird up to her				this part)

Lazy, I'm white, I am sick

Don't guess it's too bad what thermometer said
Gonna take myself medicine

I'll spend my money on a swingin chick
Return around and make sick
And I got some money
Till we fly

I'm lazy, I'm white, and I'm sick

(One, two, three, four)
(Lazy!) I'm lazy
(White!) I'm white
(Lazy!) I'm lazy
(Sick of nothing)

(Lazy!) I'm lazy
(White!) White
(Lazy!) Lazy
(Sick of nothing)

(Lazy!) Lazy
(White!) White
(Lazy!) Lazy
(Sick of white!)

Spoken:
(One)
(Sounded good in here)

Written by: PAUL WESTERBERG

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