Chika​+​Miu's First Kiss

by The Crunchy Tampons

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released January 24, 2013

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Track Name: ©ØM¶L∆!ÑT$ 666
Nothing in the world is perfect
Grin and bear it silently or yell into my ear
Complaints, it's my department
Complaints, it's my department
Everything you wear's too tight and clashes with the candlelight
Just give it back, no questions asked

Nothing in the world is perfect
Grin and bear it silently or yell into my ear
Complaints, stereophonic
Complaints, it's ironic
How they chatter, how they bore us like some avant- gardish chours
Just give it back, no questions asked

I'll dive off the mezzanine if one more points at crooked seams
A sign of shoddy workmanship, of Asiatic hands that slipped
Just give it back, no questions asked

Nothing in the world is perfect
Grin and bear it silently or yell into my ear
Complaints, there's to many hours
Complaints, the bosses cower
Two weeks free from all complaining, it was due to our complaining
Take her to Spain, hear her complain

Now she says she is expecting
That's my fault for not protecting
Her from all the risks of passion
She's complining, she's old-fashioned
Just give it back, no questions asked

Complaints, it's my department
Complaints, it's my department
Track Name: WHAT AM I FIGHTING FOR/The Civic Mace
WHAT AM I FIGHTING FOR

The Civic Mace.
This beautiful item was presented to the Rotary Club of Dundee in the golden year of rotary in 1955. The mace was designed to follow the tradition of civic maces which evolved from the battle mace, or club-like weapons of medieval days. The sergeant-at-arms, or arms servant, carried such weapons, his modern counterpart today being the council officer or mace-bearer. The head is surmounted by a royal crown or mural coronet, appropriated to a royal borough.