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I'm so sorry to hear about the news
Don't you worry
I'll buy us a bottle and we'll drink in the petrol fumes
I'm so sorry to hear about your world
Don't you worry
There's a gap in the fence down by the nature reserve
Hey such a lovely day such a lovely day
Such fun looking at the lovers in a lay by with my little one.
I'm so sorry to hear the news today
Don't you worry
There's been a speeding disaster so we'll go to the motorway,
I'm so sorry to hear about the scene,
Don't you worry,
Just put on your trainers and get out of it with me,
Hey, such a lovely day, such a lovely day,
Such fun, looking at the lovers in a lay-by with my little one.
Hey, such a lovely day, such a lovely day,
Such fun, looking at the lorries in the litter with my lovely one,
We could go dancing, we could go walking,
We could go shopping, we could keep talking,
We could go drinking, we could sit thinking,
We could go speeding, or we could go dreaming, see? oh hey...

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    UnregisteredMar 27, 2014 at 12:06 am
    To me this song's about platonic love. Two people hanging out in the lay by of the petrol station watching the world go by. They are not lovers in the physical sense but they are each other,s lovely one. They can't be together for whatever reason but they are allowed to do things friends do like go drinking etc. They don't have it all but they have so much. Their natural urges are all fenced up bout there's a gap in the fense down by the nature reserve.

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