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This is the story about two people in love

We were happily married until he waved a gun at me
I said, "What's with all your strange behaviour?"
He said, "I love you baby but you got a big insurance policy and I really need the paper"
Strange behaviour by the sea (Sea)
He'd be here but he's deceased (Deceased)
Strange behaviour
I had a big insurance policy and he had a big insurance policy too
I said, "Baby if you get a job you would not have to shoot me now"
He said, "Oh my god your such a hata"
But then he chickened out
I took the gun and shot him down 'cuz I really need the paper
Strange behaviour by the sea (Sea)
(He'd be here) He'd be here but he's deceased (Deceased)
(Had a) Strange behaviour
What was I to do? (What was I to do?)
Sometimes it's me or you (Sometimes it's me or you)
I swear that I loved you baby (Was it worth the dough?)
All I have to say so, I say so, 'cuz I'm rich now

Drove his body to the sea
Kissed him on his cold cheek
I said, "I guess I see you later"
And the people all asking me
I say, "He'd be here but he deceased"
Then I go and spend my paper
Strange behaviour (Strange behaviour) by the sea (Sea)
(He'd be here) He'd be here but he's deceased (Deceased)
(It's a strange behaviour) Strange behaviour (Strange behaviour)
Strange behaviour by the sea (Sea)
(He'd be here) He'd be here (He'd be here) but he's deceased (Deceased)
(He's dead) Strange behaviour



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