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Jack was nimble
Jack, he was quick
Jack could jump right over the candle stick

Now he's gone and I'm burning
All alone
Yeah he's gone and I'm burning still, oh no

A beautiful story left incomplete
Ooh, how he knocked me off my feet

Sitting by my window pane
Thinking I might go insane
Why'd he only shoot me halfway to the moon

And I can't get over that, over that
Baby after loving Jack
There's no going back, going back

Jack and Jill they went up that hill
To fetch a pail of water but there was a spill
And Jill came tumbling down, all alone
Yeah it all came tumbling down, oh no

Pulled to the ground by gravity
Will it remain a mystery?

Sitting by my window pane
Thinking I might go insane
Why'd he only shoot me halfway to the moon

And I can't get over that, over that
Baby after loving Jack
There's no going back, going back

A beautiful story left incomplete
Ooh, how he knocked me off of my feet

Sitting by my window pane
Thinking I might go insane
Why'd he only shoot me halfway to the moon

And I can't get over that, over that
Baby after loving Jack
There's no going back, going back

Oh no, no, after loving Jack
There's no going back



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    AlixeeeOct 9, 2009 at 7:47 pm
    this is my favourite song!!! i love the music and also using the nursery ryme lines in it sounds really good

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