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You see your sun is gentle, see the Sunday clothes
And push the new beginnings but beginning to unfold
Best of all the summers warm see our lady in her shawl
Come and come forever could you go go go for more
Oh,now your welcome with us
Now your welcome with us more
No,now your welcome with us more
And who could you disintegrate for?
And see us in the kitchen,and see us on the floor
And push the new beginnings ba ba banging at your door
Best of all the summers warm see our lady in her shawl
Come and come forever could you go go go for more
Oh,Now your welcome with us
Now your welcome with us more
No,now your welcome with us more
And who could you disintegrate for?
Get it all in the open, get it out of your cloak
And push the new beginnings but beginning to unfold
Best of all the summers warm see our lady in her shawl
Come and come forever could you go go go for more
Oh,now your welcome with us
Now your welcome with us more
No,now your welcome with us more
And who could you,
Who would you disintegrate for?
Disintegrate for,
Disintegrate for,
Disintegrate for.



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