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In the town lived a girl so fairHer mother would not dareTo let her anywhereShe was a lonely girlJohn and paul and ringo and georgeWere playing lovely tunesFrom the window of her roomBy the light of the moonHey girl there at the window I wish you would come and see meI’ve got so much to tell you so much I want you to seeIn the fields lived a lonely boyWho’d wander every nightJust to see her window lightThen he was happierThen he’d sit upon the groundJust to listen to the soundOf the music going roundAnd he would call to herHey girl there at the window I wish you would come and see meI’ve got so much to tell you so much I want you to seeOne night her mother said I think it’s time for bedThe little girl crept down the stairs free as a birdHey girl there at the window I wish you would come and see meI’ve got so much to tell you so much I want you to seeShe met the boy sitting on the groundAnd they listened to the soundGrowing distant as they foundThey were happy nowHey girl there at the window I wish you would come and see meI’ve got so much to tell you so much I want you to see(repeat)



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