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I come home late at night
On the floor to turn you on
I check for tint and technicolor
After you there is no other
Your brown hair is my connection
Connects my resurrection
And everyone else is just a harlot
A star search spokes model starlet

Miss emma peal
Black boots kick high at his face
One last look at the grace of
Miss emma peel
Catch the curve of your leather heel
Before he blacks out
That's another one down for
Miss emma peel

I sit beside her in the evening
And watch her rerun secrets by my ears
Cat eyes watch with british humor
Cause she's a mod-feel sixties savior
Your brown hair is my connection
Connects my resurrection
And everyone else is just a harlot
A star search spokes model starlet

Miss emma peel
Black boots kick high at his face
One last look at the grace of
Miss emma peel
Catch the curve of your leather heel
Before he blacks out
That's another one down for

For miss emma peel
For miss emma peel
For miss emma peel
For miss emma peel



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    UnregisteredSep 6, 2012 at 8:33 pm
    That should be mrs emma peel. I loved mrs. Cathy gale, but mrs. Peel was my favourite. Great show. When i first heard this i didn not realize that they were singing about the avengers ... I thought it was just some sort of love song. Then i noticed the lines that hint about turning the tv on, and the description of mrs peel is excellent.

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