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Du ru rum du ru rum du du

You say you've been overseas
I say over where
You say just a holiday
My Alsatian heir
I say I've been working late, working overtime
Haven't seen that sun since sixty-nine

Does the moonlight shine on Paris
After the sun goes down
If the London Bridge is falling
Would anybody hear a sound
If you follow that sunset will it ever end
Oh Does the moonlight shine on Paris
Oooh du ru

U ru rum du ru rum du du

Oh and how can you just walk away
Was it something that I said
I see only black and white
You see green and red
You believe in miracles
Water into wine
I'll believe when it makes the New York Times

Does the moonlight shine on Paris
After the sun goes down
If the London Bridge is falling
Would anybody hear a sound
If you follow that sunset will it ever end
Does the moonlight shine on Paris will it ever end

Du ru rum du ru rum du du

Oh ooh
Does the moonlight shine on Paris
After the sun goes down
If the London Bridge is falling
Would anybody hear a sound
If you follow that sunset will it ever end
Does the moonlight shine on Paris will it ever end

Du ru rum du ru rum du du
Will it ever end



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