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The Devil Wears Pink Pyjamas

The Devil wears pink pyjamas

And boxer shorts with love hearts

He sleeps with a worn out blanket

With which he never parts


And when he goes to bed

Inside a racing car

He must know that his beloved pitch fork

Isn't very far


His mummy has to tuck him in

At the end of every day

For it was she who bought his pyjamas

Once for his birthday


He's quite old now the Devil is

But still he acts like a child

Even though it is his job

To be all evil and wild


Why he still acts like this

He really isn't sure

But most bullies are the same,

In short: they're insecure.

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