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* Halfway To Richmond
Doo, doo, doo I'll make supper for myself I'll watch the clock upon the shelf I'll clean this broken house you denied Is your time much better spent By giving such a small percent To every pleasantry that I tried? What's the ugly thing I see? When was this cold and uncomely Animosity begotten? Fucking with the lights left on Until every ounce of strength was gone Is there something you'd forgotten? When a new sun warms the bedroom wall I'll be halfway to Richmond I'm a fool just to care at all You're the free vagabond Doo, doo, doo London Bridge is falling down And Simon says to turn around These games ain't too fun when you're grown Where'd you go, and why'd you leave? I'll close my eyes and count to three Then hurry up and wait by the phone But when a new sun warms the bedroom wall I'll be halfway to Richmond I'm a fool just to care at all You're the free vagabond Doo, doo, doo
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