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alexthomasdavis – Beverley lyrics

How can the world explain to you
I wish this girl to say I do
When I'm older I'll still love you
Because youve got a heart so true
Ooh la la la la
Hey na na na
I made a mistake in the play of the school
I cut your scene out boy what a fool
Your mother gave me a look so cruel
And threw down your necklace full of jewels
I loved your looks those sky blues eyes
Golden hair no need for dye
When we finally said goodbye
You were stronger no need to cry
I hope one day the world explains
The plans away of loves cruel games

I caught a cold you caught a train
Never to be seen again

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    This song is about my first love, Beverley Mason. I was struggling to find ten girls I've loved in one way or another so had to dig deep! She was nice! A primary school romance. She moved on after then though and we went to different schools so I'll never know! I famously missed her scene out in the big school play by saying the wrong words at the end of the preceding scene. Not good!

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