I've seen her walking down my street
Her nose stuck in a magazine
The kind of girl I could adore
There was a rock band in the '80s
Who said it so much better than me
So damn pretty should be against the law

It happens every once in a while
She breaks my heart every time that she smiles
I know I'll get over this phase
And I can't help that she's twice my age
But I'd give my right arm to be part of her life

She's got all the best records
Wears the best clothes
And she knows the freemasons' secret codes
But I'd give my left lung to be hers for one night

It happens every once in a while
She breaks my heart every time that she smiles
Everytime that she smiles
Everytime that she smiles
Everytime that she smiles
That she smiles
That she smiles
Everytime that she smiles


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Portable Walt Whitman song meanings
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