"Wednesday Jones" as written by and Duffy Pka Tin Tin....
I wonder who's coming out today
To play in sheltered shopping centres
Sitting around the stagnant fountain
Counting pennies eating peanuts
Brown paper, babies and check out girls
In uniform and furniture boys
Who we used to know don't say hello
But that's okay that's okay

'Cause when the sun comes down
And you come home
We'll have two weeks all alone
Before you have to go back to school
Which ruins everything.

Wednesday Jones is growing up
And if she goes I'll never catch her
On the petrol station forecourt
All thumbs and old suede jacket
Catch the bus back to the house
The front room's ours and we can stay there
Stared out the window for an hour
Until I too went away went away

'Cause when the sun comes down
And we're apart
Another one must claim my heart
And Wednesday Jones and I won't be
Each others lover


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"Wednesday Jones" as written by Duffy Pka Tin Tin

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