"Doledrum" as written by and Lee Antony Mavers....
Oh no, don't go down to Doledrum
Oh no, don't go down to Doledrum
If you know what's good for you
Then you know what you can do
Just get up a fuss and shout
Get on the bus get out of Doledrum

All my life goes by in Doledrum
I'll see ninety five in Doledrum
I can't see much down for me
I think I'll run away to see
I'll just get on my coat and shout
Get on the boat get out of Doledrum

If you know what's good for you
Then you know what you can do
Just get up a fuss and shout
Get on the bus get out, get out of Doledrum

Oh no, don't go down to Doledrum
Oh no, don't go down to Doledrum
If you know what's good for you
Then you know what you can do
Just get up a fuss and shout
Get on the bus get out


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"Doledrum" as written by Lee Mavers

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    General CommentDon't sit around on the dole - live life. Alright for pop stars or students I suppose.
    light vesselon August 02, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentdon' sit on the dole 4 months is soul destoying class song
    kempeon February 10, 2012   Link

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