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Carpenters – Fun, Fun, Fun lyrics

Well, she got her daddy's car

And she cruised through the hamburger stand-now,

Seems she forgot all about the library

Like she told her ol' man-now,

And with the radio blastin' goes cruisin'

Just as fast as she can-now



And she'll have fun, fun, fun,

Till her daddy takes the T-bird away



Well you knew all along that your dad

Was gettin' wise to you-now

(Should'na lied now, should'na lied)

And since he took your set of keys you've been

Thinkin' that your fun is all through-now

(Should'na lied now, should'na lied)

But you can come along with me 'cause we

Gotta lotta things to do-now



And we'll have fun, fun, fun

Now that daddy took the T-bird away



Fun, fun, fun

Now that daddy took the T-bird away



Fun, fun, fun

Now that daddy took the T-bird away



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