I want, I don’t want
I want to win the lottery and have lots of money and gold,
I want to live in luxury until I’m very old.
I want to eat Filet mignon from a tray upon my knee
And have lots of lacky’s running after me.
I want to live in a mansion and never ever worry,
And never have to do anything again, rush rush, in a hurry.
I want a future for my wife and me,
I want to win the lotteree
I want a one hundred inch plasma TV,
And a man cave made just for me.
I want to travel the world first class
And act just like a pompous ass
I want a ridiculous vehicle, which will take me near and far
And have outrageous bills in a posh, swanky bar.
I want lots of flunkys that swoon after me,
Wait, no I don’t
I don’t want to win the lottery and have lots of money and gold,
But I do want to be happy and live til I’m old
I don’t like filet mignon, but like a nice cup of tea
You can keep your flippn’ lackys far away from me.
I don’t want a blummin’ mansion a modest terrace will do for us
I really don’t mind traveling on a bus.
We have a future, my wife and me
But it does not involve the lotteree
My ford fiesta works just fine and it’s mine all mine
I don’t like pubs and bars, cos’ when I’m in them I feel like I’m from Mars
I just want me to be me
I don’t want to win the lotteree