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I took my stare from the middle of the moon
The man up there was whistling a tune
It stayed there
Oh yeah it stared there

I don't want shares in lifes cartoon
Don't really care about brides or grooms
I'm lazy
So lazy
Chocolate wont mend your broken heart
But it might just be a start
Chocolate wont mend your broken heart
But it might just be the start
Of something new
I rolled a spare in a ten pin room
I paid the fare to a man with a broom
Called davey
Just davey
It's a right old scare if you jump too soon
There's a grizzly bear in your girlfriends womb
That's scarey
Real scarey



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    alexthomasdavisFeb 24, 2014 at 1:19 pm
    This is my only attempt - so far - at a country song. It has high and low parts, I don't know if that is the done thing, but I know they have low parts! Its about when I was working again after a break, and eating bits of chocolate throughout the day to keep my broken heart going.

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