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Dum Diddly-Hi-Dee Dum Diddly-Aye, where can you hide away?
Dum Diddly-Hi-Dee Dum Diddly-Aye, where can you hide away?

1. The world is getting smaller, the population grows,
Where, Oh where can sweethearts go when they want to be alone?
Out to the park we went walking to a quiet spot by the lake,
We found some kids playing cowboy there and they wouldn't go away -
So no romance that day

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2. We thought that we had the answer - a drive-in movie we planned
But the only place we could find to park was next to the pizza stand -
And that's a busy stand....

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3. The world is getting smaller, the population grows,
Where, Oh where can sweethearts go when they want to steal a kiss?
To Lovers' Lane we went driving, when we parked, what did I find?
My own kid sister was in the car that was parked by next to mine -
And love withered down the line......

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Where can you hide away?
Where can you hide away?
Where can you hide away? (fade out)



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