Fit, but you know it

by The Streets

[Intro]

(Mumbles.)
Yeah sure.  Er - what's the name?
Skinner.
Skinner, Skinner, Skinner.
There you go. That's 5.50 please.
Right.
Brilliant. Thanks a lot.
Thanks.

[End intro]

See I reckon you're about an 8 or a 9,
Maybe even 9 and a half in four beers time.
That blue Top Shop top you've got on IS nice,
Bit too much fake tan though - but yeah you score high.

But there's just one little thing that's really really,
Really really annoying me about you you see,
Yeah yeah like I said you are really fit,
But my gosh don't you just know it.

I'm not trying to pull you.
Even though I would like to.
I think you are really fit.
You're fit, but my gosh don't you know it.

So when I looked at you standing there with your hoard,
I was waiting in the queue looking at the board,
Wondering whether to have a burger or chips
Or what the shrapnel in my back pocket could afford.
When I noticed out the corner of my eye
Looking toward my direction
Your eyes locked on my course.
I couldn't concentrate on what I wanted to order,
Which cost me my place in the queue I waited for. YEAH!

I'm not trying to pull you.
Even though I would like to.
I think you are really fit.
You're fit, but my gosh don't you know it.

Whoa! (Leave it out)
Are you smoking something? (Leave it out)
Mike just leave it just leave it.
We cannot have that behaviour in this establishment. (Leave it out)
S'not worth it Mike, just leave it. (Leave it out)
Don't Touch Me, S'not Worth It. (Leave it out)
Don't Touch Me, D, Look I'm alright.
Don't Touch me.

For a while there I was thinking - yeah but what if?
Picturing myself pulling with bare white hot wit.
Snaring you as you were standing there opposite,
Whether or not you knew it I swear you didn't tick.
And when that bloke in the white behind us lot queuing
Was clocking onto you too yeah I had to admit
That yeah yeah you are fit,
And yeah I do want it,
But I stopped sharking a minute to get chips and drinks.

I'm not trying to pull you.
Even though I would like to.
I think you are really fit.
You're fit, but my gosh don't you know it.

Oy, just as you started to make your big advance,
ith the milkshake and that little doughnut in hand
I was like nah, I can't, even though you look grand,
But you look sharp there smiling hard suggesting and
Gleaming away with your hearty hearty looking tan,
But I admit the next bit was spanner to my plan
You walked towards my path but you just brushed right past
And into the arms of that ... white shirted man

I'm not trying to pull you.
Even though I would like to.
I think you are really fit.
You're fit, but my gosh don't you know it.

What do I give a ... I've got a girlfriend anyway.

(Whoa!)  We've all had a drink mate)
We're all a bit drunk, yeah we've had a few fair play
I've got this Stella I bombed from that last café,
This night's not even begun, yes yes oh yay.

I did fancy you a bit though yeah I must say.
I would rather I hadn't mugged myself on display
But this is just another case of female stopping play.
On an otherwise total result of a holiday

I'm not trying to pull you.
Even though I would like to.
I think you are really fit.
You're fit, but my gosh don't you know it.

Ha ha!

In the song "fit" means good looking / sexy.
In the song "trying to pull you" means trying to establish contact in the hope of developing some kind of relationship.
In the song "clocking onto you" means looking at you with real interest.
In the song "I've got this Stella I bombed from that last café" means he stole a can of beer from the last cafe they visited.
In the song "sharking" means hunting members of the opposite sex.
In the song "to fancy someone" means to find them attractive.