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The Curse Of Old Rafferty lyrics

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alexthomasdavis – The Curse Of Old Rafferty lyrics

There's a curse on your house it's true
I put it there on you
And now you're gonna have to
Fight your way out again

Cos people will be talking about you again
All those times
Youve seen me coming round
I was trying to be one of the crowd
You will cross a line that's not allowed
From old rafferty



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    alexthomasdavisMar 10, 2014 at 2:12 pm
    This song was written about when I was having a really hard time, and I thought the house had a curse on it called the curse of old rafferty! Every house in the village it seems has been widowed and I thought there was a curse which was responsible for it.

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