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​Spotty Face

This song is by The Monks and appears on the album Bad Habits (1979).

His mates are goin' down the club
He don't say nothing but he wants to join them
He only wants to have some fun
He rushes home to change his clothes
They said they'd pick him up about 8:30
But no one comes so he don't go

'Cause he's much too skinny and he's much too short
And his mates never listen when he try's to talk
When he smiles at the girls they always walk away, hey
Seven stone 4 pound spotty face weakling you ain't goin' out tonight
You'll never go out with your mates when you're balling
'Cause you give the girls a fright
It just ain't right, right

They use to take him down the pub
And they'd be drinking like there's no tomorrow
One shandy and he'd be on the floor
They pick him up and dust him down
They say its time for him to buy the next round
He'd shake his head and run out the door

'Cause he's much too skinny and he's much too short
And his mates never listen when he tries to talk
When he smiles at the girls they always walk away, hey
Seven stone 4 pound spotty face weakling you ain't goin' out tonight
You'll never go out with your mates when you're drinking
'Cause you are much too tight
Just ain't right, right (alright)

'Cause he's much too skinny and he's much too short
And his mates never listen when he try's to talk
When he smiles at the girls they always walk away, hey

They even took him to a dance
And introduced him to the local talent (Hello)
He went all red and shied away
Now he's all ready to go out
He wears a suit that looks like silk pajamas
But no one comes oh what a shame

'Cause he's much too skinny and he's much too short
And his mates never listen when he try's to talk
When he smiles at the girls they always walk away, hey
Seven stone 4 pound spotty face weakling you ain't goin' out tonight
You'll never go out with your mates when you're balling
'Cause you give the girls a fright
It just ain't right, right