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Lisa Mitchell – Coin Laundry lyrics
[Verse 1]
There I was sitting on the top
Of the world in a coin laundry
Well, I could have been royalty
Sitting in the palace like a queen

[Chorus 1]
Do you have a dollar? Do you have a dollar for me?
Have you got a house on a hill and a bed for three?
Or do you have a story? Do you have a story for me?
Do you know the one where we all live happily?

[Post-Chorus]
Do you, do you?
Do you, do you?

[Verse 2]
So now I'm here sitting on the edge
Throwing these stones to the long lost friends
I could have been a common thief
Sitting in the dirt quite happily

[Chorus 2]
Do you have a dollar? Do you have a dollar for me?
Maybe just an hour or two and a pot of tea
Have you got a memory? Have you got a memory for me?
Tell me about the days when you were seventeen

[Post-Chorus]
Do you, do you?
Do you, do you?

[Chorus 3]
Do you have a dollar? Do you have a dollar for me?
Have you got a little old house and a lemon tree?
Do you have a reason? Do you have a reason for me?
Can I be the girl that you met in a coin laundry?
Can I be the girl that you met?
Can I be the girl that you met?
Can I be the girl that you met in the coin laundry?
Oh, can I be the girl that you met?
Can I be the girl that you met?
Can I be the girl that you met in the coin laundry?
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