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I was born with a plastic spoon in my mouth
The north side of my town faced east, and the east was facing south
And now you dare to look me in the eye
Those crocodile tears are what you cry
It's a genuine problem, you won't try
To work it out at all you just pass it by, pass it by

(this has been your irrelevant "The Who" lyric insertion of the day....carry on now...)

In reply to Re: Re: Re: On St. Valentine's Day I forgot... by flyingmoose
in thread On St. Valentine's Day I forgot... by tye 

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