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alt-J - Fitzpleasure

Tralala, Trala–, Tra-a-la, –la
Tralala, Trala–, Tra-a-la, –la
Tralala, Trala–, Tra-a-la, –la
Tralala, Trala–, Tra-a

In your snatch fits pleasure, broom-shaped pleasure
Deep greedy and googling every corner
La, Trala–, Tra-a-la, –la-la-la-la-la-la-la

[Verse 1]
Dead in the middle
Of the C-O-double-M O-N
Little did I know then
That the Mandela Boys soon become Mandela Men
Tall woman
Pull the pylons down
And wrap them around the necks
Of all the feckless men that queue to be the next

[Verse 2]
Steepled fingers
Ring la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-leaders
Queue-queue jumpers
Rock, fist, paper, scissors, la-la-la-la-la-la-lingered fluffers
They choir:
In your hoof lies the heartland
Where we tent for our treasure, pleasure, leisure
Les yeux, it's all in your eyes

"Fitzpleasure" is a song by British alternative indie pop quartet alt-J from their debut studio album "An Awesome Wave". The song's inspiration came from the 1964 book Last Exit to Brooklyn where each chapter stars a different character, specifically chapter four which features a character named 'Tralala', a prominent lyric in the song. The song was also featured in Miley Cyrus's Bangerz Tour and advertising for the video game Battleborn.

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