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Hoody Rob

Hoody Rob, Hoody Rob

Looks like a disgrace

Hoody Rob, Hoody Rob

Covers up his face

Hangs out by the mall

Feared by one and all

Hoody Rob, Hoody Rob, Hoody Rob



He slouches and he shuffles to the corner shop and back

On the way he kicks a cola can

But he’s not there for trouble or to rape and rob and thieve

He’s just out shopping for his gran.



Hoody Rob, Hoody Rob

Isn’t taking coke

Hoody Rob, Hoody Rob

Doesn’t even smoke

Doesn’t mix with prats

Likes to cuddle cats

Hoody Rob, Hoody Rob, Hoody Rob



So why does he insist on always wearing that damn hood?

Doesn’t he know old ladies run in fright?

He doesn’t want to scare them ‘cos he really is quite good

But no one seems to recognise his plight



Hoody Rob, Hoody Rob

You need have no fears

Hoody Rob, Hoody Rob

He’s the one in tears

He wears his hoody lots

To cover up his spots

Hoody Rob, Hoody Rob, Hoody Rob

To be sung (or at least recited) to the theme tune of the 1950's "Robin Hood" TV programme

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