John's Gay lyrics

Vocals: Robbie Williams
Written by: Robbie Williams, Guy Chambers

And we've learnt to kick a ball
We're not quite cynical
But we've written on the wall
John's gay he's gay

And Janet's friends with John
She says that we're all scum
He just gets his homework done
And won't play, not today

What will we grow up to be (ask your brother)
What will we grow up to see (can't be bothered)
Will you still be friends with me
Fourteen, fifteen, sixteen

Martin grew out of his A-team vest
Nicked the pedals off my BMX
And he says that he's had sex
With a girl, for a fact

I lost my virginity
The year above us had discovery
And I said it weren't for me
Twelve pounds, fifty

What will we grow up to be (ask your brother)
What will we grow up to see (can't be bothered)
Will you still be friends with me
Fourteen, fifteen

We hide in bandstands and talk in the dark
Rain's never cold when you're young
We were devoted to us from the start
I know too much how to feel

Young!

And we've learnt to kick a ball
And we're not quite cynical
But we've written on the wall
John's gay he's gay

What will we grow up to be (ask your brother)
What will we grow up to see (can't be bothered)
Will you still be friends with me
Fourteen, fifteen


What will we grow up to be (ask your brother)
What will we grow up to see (can't be bothered)
Will you still be friends with me
Fourteen, fifteen

Young!

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