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Don't let the girls hurt your heart
Don't let the angry boys tear you apart
I know you're tired of not fitting in
But it's not fitting in that will
Help to begin to show you your beauty

Where is the redheaded girl
The one with the green lunch box
Even though you had a brown paper bag
Sandwiches hard as rocks

Lunch was the happiest fourty-five minutes of the day
Lunch was the happiest fourty-five minutes of the day
For the redheaded angel would lie your way and say
Hello hello charlie hello

Wake up it's after nine now you're late
Yellow school bus is brimming with hate
They love your face when it's blush is red
Get out of bed you're stronger now
Get out of bed your're stronger than before
Get out of your bed

Where is that redheaded girl?
The one with the green lunchbox
Even though you had a brown paper bag
Sandwiches hard as rocks

Lunch was the happiest fourty-five minutes of the day
For the redheaded angel would lie your way and say
Hello hello charlie hello
Hello hello charlie hello
Hello hello charlie hello
Hello hello charlie hello



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