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* On the double

Do you remember, how she was looking,
The day, she left me on my own.
Oh lord, you know how she can rock me,
And you know she won't be coming home.
Do you remember, how she was looking?
The first time you saw her nude.
Cause nobody ever seen her peach skin,
And I just want you back, I just want you back.
So I hang on, hang on, hang on now.
Call your number any day, any hour.
Mixed up I can't face it and I'm feeling blue.
Well I'm calling Murdock 9-6182
La la, la la la, la la la laaa la la la laaa
Do you remember, I called you Queen Eliza,
And then you smiled and ran out the door.
Came back while I was sitting on the sofa
You gave me the things where I was longing for
Do you remember, how you where looking.
The day I came home and found out the score.
There will no reason that ain’t no use to imagine.
That I just want you back, I just want you back
So I hang on, hang on, hang on now.
Call your number any day, any hour.
Mixed up I can't face it and I'm feeling blue.
Well I'm calling Murdock 9-6182
La la, la la la, la la la laaa la la la laaa



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