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Me and Michelle Ricardo had a secret of few
We were always trying to hide it
From the people we knew
We had a thing going on
And we knew how to have some fun
She could have gotten it all
But she told me that I was the one
We went to senior high school
Nearby the city hotel
But one day in the English literature class
The teacher came on to Michelle
He was so mean
And he knew everything about engines
She jumped on to his Harley
And whatever rhymes with engines
And then one day in June
I knew that I would lose
Cause she had found an iron man
With sideburns and tattoos
Those summer times we used to laugh and play
And we were all having fun at the beach
We partied high and low
And listened to the songs on the radio
Me and Michelle Ricardo
Haven't spoken for a while
Of all the things I never told her
I never told her goodbye
I didn't want her to leave
But she had made up her mind
I saw her face in a helmet
They were spinning up my lawn
And then one day in June
I knew that I would lose
Cause she had found an iron man
With sideburns and tattoos
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