"Golf Girl" as written by Richard Coughlan, Dave Sinclair, Pye Hastings and Richard Sinclair....
Standing on a golf course
Dressed in P.V.C.
I chanced upon a golf girl
Selling cups of tea
She asked me did I want one
Asked me with a grin
For three pence you can buy one
Full right to the brim

So of course I had to have one
In fact I ordered three
So I could watch the golf girl
Could see she fancied me
And later on the golf course
After drinking tea
It started raining golf balls
And she protected me

Her name was Pat
And we sat under a tree
She kissed me
We go for walks
In fine weather
All together
On the golf course
We talk in Morse


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"Golf Girl" as written by Pye Hastings Dave Sinclair

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    General CommentThis album is pure fun, and I love it. One of the very, very few love/sex songs that I like.
    inpraiseoffollyon October 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe original lyrics:

    Her name was Pat
    And we sat under a tree
    She kissed me
    kissed my 3 kisses
    ..
    she became my missus
    we had a son
    and he's only one.

    I've been to gigs where the band have introduced Pat to us before playing the song.
    paulmarkjon May 29, 2013   Link

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