George Watsky & Mody – Mrs. Robinson Lyrics


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Verse 1
I just graduated high school
When she graduated Brown

I kicked some game the best I ever laid it down
We played around
And then we got official

And when it comes to firsts, like hair, I got a fistful
I said I love you, and I'm pretty sure I meant it truly
She's still the only one I've ever said it too, she

Gave me a fever that I've still got
I find MILFs hot, and I'll yell it from the hilltop
It's not Tomato, tomahto
When it come to Demis, gimme Moore before Lovato
And if you're Demi Moore
And if I'm 24
Well earth's a trillion years old
What's twenty more?

But when we talk I upset your ulcer
Increase your pulse or tend to insult your
Knowledge I apologize it's the wrong subject

Let's not fuck this up by discussing pop culture
Remember Welcome Back Cotter?
Bridge Over Troubled Water?
Well I don't
But baby that's why God invented iPhones

Chorus 1
And here's to you, Mrs. Robinson
Jesus loves you more than you will know
God bless you, please Mrs. Robinson
Heaven holds a place for those who pray
Hey, hey, hey

Verse 2
You're an old wine, you're a fine cheese
At this rate you'll be Angelina by your nineties
A double dimepiece, freaking siamese
I'm fully legal, people, you can check my IDs
Be damned if I freeze
I'm a la flambe

Jay is Venti pimping but I'm pimping Tall or Grande
He's popping cristal
I'm sipping on some andre
It's been a long day
I want to romance you
Soon I plan to
Dim all the lights and put on something we can dance to
That doesn't draw attention to my age, like pan flute
So get comfy if you're chafing in that pant suit
It either makes me kinda weird
Or some kinda pioneer

But let me dry your tears
If you're peering in the mirror and only see the years you fear appearing in your face instead of Helen Mirren, well it's clear
You look hella nice
A younger fella's vice
And as sugar for the cougars
I was on Ellen... twice

Chorus 2
Koo-koo-ka-choo, Mrs. Robinson
Jesus loves you more than you will know
God bless you, please, Mrs. Robinson
Heaven holds a place for those who pray
Hey, hey, hey

When I say 'don't get,' you say 'surgery'
Don't get
Don't get

When I say 'age,' you say 'gracefully'

I beg you

Chorus 3
Where have you gone, Poor D'Angelo
Our nation turns it's lonely eyes to you
What's that you say, Mrs. Robinson
I don't believe he's left and gone away
Hey hey hey

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