"Rosie's Drugstore" as written by and Paul Kelly Deborah Anne Wykes....
Paul, you don't live here anymore
Move along now from my door
You had your day
It's time to go away
Now everybody pays

Paul, like the sign says on my wall
You're not welcome anymore
You had your time
So move along the line
I'm leaving you behind

Well I'm still the loving kind
But I'm too tired to fight
Someday I hope you will see

Paul, take a look around this store
We don't sell things anymore
The time has come
Now everything has gone
We have to move along

Well I'm still the loving kind
But I'm too tired to fight
Someday I hope you will see


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"Rosie's Drugstore" as written by Paul Kelly Deborah Anne Wykes

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