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"Young Marrieds" is a song by Andy Partridge. It appeared on Andy's Fuzzy Warbles Volume 2 in 2002.

QuotesEdit

Andy: “Part autobiographical, part auto wreck, part auto pieces, arf, arf. Penned for what became Wasp Star. Couldn't be bothered to present it for recording as we already had far too much material on the table. Was I wrong? Was I right? Did I have a right to be wrong or would my righteousness have wronged anyone? Or as Michael Jackson should have sung, ‘It don't matter if you're blank or white’. I played it to Harry and it made him sad.”

LyricsEdit

Stay at home, watch a video


Chocolate Fingers, stir the tea

Tea for two until the baby wakes you

Back to basics

Love and marriage, go hand in hand

Like horse and horse shit

You can't hear her crying for the hoover


Young marrieds

Nowhere to go

Young marrieds

Stay at home, watch a video


Daddy's sauce on mummy's plates

Bought from Argos and it's handy living near the chippie

Full time whistle, chuck his darts

She looks daggers now when he suggests a final swift half


Young marrieds

Nowhere to go

Young marrieds

Stay at home, watch a video


Now she's gone and flown away with that bloke who

used to drum before he joined the army

Babies crying, man is too

Separated by a few years and a turned up walkman


Young marrieds

Nowhere to go

Young marrieds

Stay at home, watch the magic go

Stay at home, watch a video

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