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Groovie Ghoulies – Bring Her Back lyrics

It's not exactly hide-and-seek
But here's the game that I must play
I don't wish to participate
But in this matter I've no say
You see some rich guy took my baby
And he blinded her with diamond rings
Now the pain such that my heart stings
If only I had been much kinder
Did the very best I could
I do not have a lot of money
This I thought she understood
I know the young girls can be led away
By pretty things and pet desires
Now I must go and bring her back
And quench this newly kindled fire
Well I'm down to my last dollar
But I'm gonna find her anyway
I thought I saw her goin' east
While headin' west yesterday
Perhaps she's come back to her senses
And decided to come back to stay
Now I must go and bring her back
If it takes until my dyin' day
Bring her back
Bring her back
Bring her back
Bring her back
Bring her back
Bring her back
Now I must go and bring her back
If it takes until my dyin' day
Now I must go and bring her back
If it takes until my dyin' day



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