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Leatherface – Andy lyrics

And I made a friend like I'd never known
Who made me feel like I was a special someone
He cared like I had never done why oh why did didn't I just phone
And now I'll never know what was wrong
There must have been something we could have done
And his smile was a mia child and Andy's drink was guinness I think
Andy's walk amused us all and he was mystifying
And I didn't really know him that long compared to someone compared to
A sense of loss like I had never known and what was important
I had completely wrong and if I could change this world
Then I'd turn it completely upside down
And Andy's smile was a mia child and his drink was guinness I think
And his walk amused us all and he was mystifying
And his *style* was to live in the *sun* and his smile was a million miles
And his drink was guinness I think and Andy was mystifying I'd never known
And Andy's smile was a mia child and his drink was guinness I think
And his walk amused us all Andy was mystifying he was real
And his style was despair sometimes and his walk amused us all
And his *song* was *real inside* he was mystifying



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