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Too Many Sandwiches is a song interpreted by Stereophonics, released on the album Word Gets Around in 1997.

Too Many Sandwiches lyrics

Shopping spree for the family tree
Haven't seen your family tree in quite a while
Too many sandwiches and wine
Sherry stains down your best man's tie, what a speech

The band arrives, the granny's cry
The singer's tongues in the barmaid's mouth, what a voice
Grandpa drank a drop or two
And his heads still sunk in the portaloo, what a man

You bought a sequin dress for your chicken breast
The disco's late and he's overpaid tonight
You got a diamond ring and a man who sings
The man who sings made love to the barmaid twice
And that's just tonight

The blue rinsed hairs, lift up their chairs
The band's too loud, they're off downstairs, what a noise
The bride and groom, they dance that dance
And the singer mimes, there's still a chance, the barmaid smiles

You bought a sequin dress for your chicken breast
The disco's late and he's overpaid tonight
You got a diamond ring and a man who sings
The man who sings made love to the barmaid twice
And that's just tonight

You bought a sequin dress for your chicken breast
The disco's late and he's overpaid tonight
You got a diamond ring and a man who sings
The man who sings made love to the barmaid twice

Ha, grandpa drank a drop or two
Heads still sunk in the portaloo again
The bride and groom, they dance that dance
The singer mimes, there's still a chance, tonight
And the barmaid smiles

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