Fine and dandy
Fine and dandy (English) — Used to express agreement or approval, often at the conclusion of a conversation. Slang. Fine is of quality and dandy refers to men who were concerned with appearances years ago. Fine and dandy is an upbeat response to indicate that you understand and agree to the terms, or the task. Fine and dandy also means that everything is wonderful in a situation, or in life.
"Fine and dandy" in lyrics
The contract was signed but I am the addendum
So where my dawgs at, Randy
Matter of fact, get off my dick bitch, Andy
'Cause everything is fine and dandy
Go against me now, I dare you, Bambi
Half a million dollars just to upgrade the car show
I wake up fine and dandy
But then by the time I find it handy
To rip my heart apart and start
Planning my crash landing
I go up, up, up, up, up to the ceiling
Then I feel my soul start leaving
I'll eat my candy with the pork and beans
Excuse my manners if i make a scene
I ain't gonna wear the clothes that you like
I'm fine and dandy with the me inside
one look in the mirror and i'm tickled pink
I don't give a hoot about what you think
Let's kill everyone inside and call ourselves patriots
The government will cover us the whole way
It's so fine and dandy
As long as Johnny-boy comes back
But Johnny is now a murderer
A few prosper well, some fall and some get promoted,
So how, ladies and gentleman, does it work, like work?
Mr. Basil, the matter has been investigated - snip! Take your masks off -
Well, fine and dandy,but it's not fine and dandy, and not fine and dandy!
How nice a hill it was, so meek and mild,
But what a downhill it was, so inaccessible and snappy.
If we're not taken carefully, (no no no noo)
We're not candy, (believe us!)
Even though we look so fine and dandy,
When you're sick we come in handy, but
We're not candy... ohhh, no..
And I'll never be the same
It keeps turning round
And everything seems fine and dandy here in Tinseltown for now
What do you make of it?
When everybody's doing drugs and making promises like this?