Written by:
Barry Gibb
Robin Gibb
Maurice Gibb
(1972)
 
Lead vocals:
Barry Gibb
Robin Gibb
 
Album:
To whom it may concern
(1972)


Na na na …
Paper mache and telegraph poles,
things go dead in the night
Make enough noise to make enough noise
to make you want to jump with fright.
 
Elephant’s tusks and autograph books,
people you don’t meet.
Haven’t got a bed to lay my head,
shoes to fit my feet.
 
Don’t be scared.
You’re better off than nothing.
You’re answering to no one.
Paper mache.
 
Paper mache and telegraph poles,
things go dead in the night.
Make enough noise to make enough noise
to make you want to jump with fright.
 
Elephant’s tusks and autograph books,
people you don’t meet.
Haven’t got a bed to lay my head,
shoes to fit my feet.
 
Aah…
 
Don’t be scared.
You’re better off than nothing.
You’re answering to no one (aah).
Paper mache.
 
All of a sudden it happened,
when you did what you said you’d do,
and you broke my heart in two
like paper mache.
 
All of a sudden it happened, oh.
You came into my life.
Like paper mache you broke my heart.
Like paper mache,
paper mache,
like paper mache.
 
Paper mache and telegraph poles,
things go dead in the night.
Make enough noise to make enough noise
to make you wanna jump with fright.
 
Elephant’s tusks and autograph books,
people you don’t meet.
 
La la la la …
 
Jimmy had a bomb and the bomb went bang,
Jimmy was everywhere. (7 times)

Paper Mache Cabbages And Kings

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