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Oh, hello there
Yes, I thought that you might call
No I don't mind
No I don't mind at all
Yes, I knew you'd found a new love
When I saw you both last night
But don't worry, don't worry
I'll be alright

Oh, your letters
Yes, I sent them back to you
And your pictures
Of course, you'll want them too
I won't need then to remind me
Of the arms that held me tight
But don't worry, don't worry
I'll be alright

It's all my fault, I feel so guilty now
And so ashamed
I took too much for granted and
Now I'll take all the blame

Oh, your wedding
You make such a lovely pair
No, I'm sorry
I'd rather not be there
But I hope you'll both be happy
So I'll say goodbye tonight
But don't worry, don't worry
I'll be alright

Oh, your wedding
You make such a lovely pair
No, I'm sorry
I'd rather not be there
But I hope you'll both be happy
So I'll say goodbye tonight
But don't worry, don't worry
I'll be alright



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