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In the 1957 blue and green two door sedan
We divided all we own I've packed all I can
The back seat's piled high with things
In the front seat tears are flowing
I'm driving down a lonely road
Without a single thought to where we're going.

But January April and me
We're pulling out so you can be the girl you wanna be
Go get 'em little Miss uptown, ride high, ride free
But say goodbye to January April and and me.

The tiny rocker teddy bear and dolls are gone and won't be in your way
I forgot to take that ol' pipe you never liked just throw it away
I don't think April understands but January's crying
I know what her heart is going through
Here we are the three of us leaving the rest of us
Knowing you're a part of all we do.

But January April and me
We're pulling out so you can be the girl you wanna be
Go get 'em little Miss uptown, ride high, ride free
But say goodbye to January April and and me.

(Say goodbye to January April and and me.)

January April and me
We're pulling out so you can be the girl you wanna be
Go get 'em little Miss uptown, ride high, ride free
But say goodbye to January April and and me...



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