"Windmills & Birdbaths" as written by Elisabeth L Liesbeth Esselink, Darren James Cross, Burke Tyler Reid and Paul Anthony D Towner....
Right before any food was served, this guy
Got red faced and left the table
You may not tell anyone but you know it in your heart
I knew that in the back there was a swimming pool
Shaped as my older sister
I've got my transistor, I've got my transistor
(I've got my transistor, I've got my transistor)

Right before any food was served, this guy
Got red faced and left the table
You may not tell anyone but you know it in your heart
I knew that in the back there was a swimming pool
Shaped as my older sister
(I've got my transistor, I've got my transistor)
Shaped as my older sister
(I've got my transistor, I've got my transistor)

There was really nothing, you're in the dressing room
Brought the camera and they went down that side
And the camera went down underneath with them into the pool

There was really nothing, you're in the dressing room
Brought the camera and they went down that side
And the camera went down underneath with them into the pool

There was really nothing, you're in the dressing room


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