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Where Were You (On Our Wedding Day)? lyrics

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Billy Joel – Where Were You (On Our Wedding Day)? lyrics

Where were you on our wedding day?
I got bad news that you went away
Where were you on our wedding day?
You did me wrong now you must pay
Whoa oh (whoa oh) give me back my ring (my ring) whoa oh (whoa oh)
Whoa oh (whoa oh) I ain't gonna let you keep a thing (a thing), whoa oh

Where were you when I said "I do"?
Everybody laughed and my inlaws too
Where were you when I turned around
Someplace you knew you never could be found
Whoa oh (whoa oh), give me back my ring (my ring), whoa oh (whoa oh)
Whoa oh (whoa oh), I ain't gonna let you keep a thing (a thing), whoa oh

Where were you when I searched the town?
And turned the whole neighborhood upside down
Where were you, little girl I say?
Where were you on our wedding day?
Whoa oh (whoa oh), give me back my ring (my ring), whoa oh (whoa oh)
Whoa oh (whoa oh), I ain't gonna let you keep a thing (a thing), whoa oh



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