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Let me tell you about two young lovers that lived down the coast
She was such a pretty thing... Man what a host
Evening time she sets the table for four
Some friends are coming round tonight
He's out on the town, he's trying to score

Woke up early this morning something's got his mind
Cursing the night before... Breakfast at nine
Felt him restless whoa all through the night
She sees that something is wrong with him
She don't want to cry she just wants to know why

Oh, oh, oh, oh... Oh, no not you again
Oh, oh, oh, oh... Oh, no not you again

Don't own a swimming pool not even a colour tv
Works awful hard some days... She lets him be
You know it ain't looking good for them no loving no more
Some friends are coming round tonight he's out on the town
He's knocking on the wrong door

Oh, oh, oh, oh... Oh, no not you again
Oh, oh, oh, oh... Oh, no not you again
Oh, oh, oh, oh... Oh, no not you again,
She's gone, she's gone, she's gone, she's gone yeah

[Repeat 1st verse & chorus]

Oh, oh, oh, oh... Oh, no not you again [repeat & fade]

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