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Adam Brand – Charleville lyrics
I met her at a disco at the school of arts hotel
The kind of place that some girls won't attend
The moon shone over Edward Street and later I could tell
I'd never be a lonely man again.
In Charleville, In Charleville, there is a pretty little woman who'll says she'll say I will
In Charleville, In Charleville, there is a pretty little woman who'll says she'll say
I will We're gonna' have a wedding cake that's twenty layers high
Fifteen hundred family and friends
We'll cook ourselves a dozen lambs and drink the district dry
Whip around the hat and we'll start again.
In Charleville, In Charleville, there is a pretty little woman who'll says she'll say I will
In Charleville, In Charleville, there is a pretty little woman who'll says she'll say I will
And I've seen girls in Paris to humble any man, I've seen earls embarrassed by models in Milan
I've seen enough to know the only girl I need to see is waiting back in Charleville for me.
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