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The Hormonauts – I See Two lyrics

Some years ago I was drinkin' pretty heavy,
I went and fell and broke my skull in two,
And now, babe, I see things kinda different,
And this is is what I see when I see you...

I see the priettest girl a guy could see,
And if that isn't good enough for me,
I see two
I see two
I see two
Them doctor's say l'm left with double vision
But I ain't about to left that make me cry,
'cause kissin'you is like kissin'two lovely women,
And for us to be alone I just close one eye!
I see the priettest girl a guy could see,
And if that isn't good enough for me,
I see two
I see two
I see two.
Now and then this vision's got it's drawbacks,
And there ain't much that I can do 'bout this,
Like when I come to meet you at the station,
I purse my lips, open my arms and miss!

I see the priettest girl a guy could see,
And if that isn't good enough for me,
I see two
I see two
I see two
Sometimes I find it kinda difficult to pee,
I pull two out, put one away and it's on me!
I see two!
I see two!
I see two!
I see two!
I see two!
I see two!
I see two!
I see two!
I see two!
I see two!
I see two!



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