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Amy she lives in the house next door
stained glass windows and padlocked drawers
deep dark closets and parkay floors
Amy she lives in the house next door
Amy, she's everyones favorite whore
And you know what she says
Right or wrong
Right or wrong
Right or wrong
I want to give it to you

Madeline, she's in love with Germaine
Germaine's in love with her brother Ray
Ray's got no plans right now, anyway
Madeline's husband and brother Ray
There go Madeline's husband and brother Ray

And you know what they say
Right or Wrong
Right or Wrong
Right or Wrong
I want to give it to you

She knows you
She knows you
And maybe that's why
why it feels she's got your pulse under her thumb
She knows you
she loves you
but maybe love's blind
and it feels she's got your pulse under her.....
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And here I sit unrelieved
pen in my hand and heart on my sleeve
analyzation is art's pet peeve
pen in my hand and heart on my sleeve
pen through my heart and blood on my sleeve

And maybe that's why
why it feels she's got your pulse under her
THUMB



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