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Smokie – Back To Bradford lyrics

Even though you offered, I still refuse
Though your face is pretty, I don#t have to choose
Goodbye cardboard city, you've nothing to say
Though your face is pretty, I don't have to say
She's my friend and you know what I like
She's my friend and you know what I like
You know what I like

Going back to Bradford, it's what I prefer
Though your face is pretty, you're nothing like her
She's my friend and you know what I like
She's my friend and you know what I like
You know what I like
Goodbye, moi, moi, nakaimin, see ya again,
Cheerio, gotta go, so long, I'm gone

I'm going back to Bradford, it's what I prefer
Though your face is pretty, you're nothing like her
She's my friend and you know what I like
She's my friend and you know what I like
You know what I like

Going back to Bradford, it's what I prefer
Though your face is pretty, you're nothing like her
Going back to Bradford, it's what I prefer
Going back to Bradford, it's what I prefer



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