"Dennis And Lois" as written by and Paul Anthony/whelan Ryder....
We all lern to box from the Midget Club
Where we punch with love and did somebody good
It's good to see you to see you nice
If you do me one, well we'll do you twice
We're twice as likely we're twice as right
Right on, right on
Right on, right on
We all learnt to wash at the scrubbers club
Where we ring out the dirt with a rud a dub dub
Tell how you think if you think it was good
Say it loud and clear so it's understood
You take it how you made it like I know you would
Let it bled let it heal let me sleep it's no good, so
Let's ride, right on right on

Honey how's your breathing
If it stops for good we'll be leaving
And honey how's your daughter
Did you teach her what we've taught yer
And if you didn't well you ought to do it now

Well lets ride on ride on

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"Dennis and Lois" as written by Gary Kenneth Whelan Paul Anthony Ryder

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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