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I stumbled into a wishing well.
The others laughed, "oh the boy he fell" I found my way out, years had
passed away
All grown up, I didn't
I didn't, I didn't
I didn't know what to say

I said
Take that cigarette out your mouth
Do something useful get out the house
I'll be up doing castanets
With the girl from the launderette.
Take that cigarette out your mouth
Do something useful get out the house
I'll be up doing pirouettes
With the girl from the launderette.

So I left for work for the sweet early mornings
They ripped my gown and flogged me to town
The doctor said "boy you're in trouble"
Oh no I didn't
I didn't, I didn't
I didn't know where to go
I said
Take that cigarette out your mouth
Do something useful get out the house
I'll be up doing clarinet
With the girl from the launderette.
Take that cigarette out your mouth
Do something useful get out the house
I'll be up doing pirouettes
With the girl from the launderette.

I told them it would mean everything
"He told us it would mean everything"
I told them it would mean everything
"He's prattling on about nothing"

Everythiiiiiinnng...
 

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