"skidding hearts" as written by and Paul Maurice Kelly....
Frank and Mary
Married on a Sunday
Even Dad cried
As she threw the bouquet

A swell reception
Chicken, ham and cray
No one saw them
As they slipped away

They won't stop once they start
Those skidding hearts
They won't stop once they start
Those skidding hearts

On page forty
See them kiss and cuddle
Matt or glossy
They're the perfect model

Frank can work hard
Mary's well connected
They could go far
With some fuel injected

They won't stop once they start
Those skidding hearts
They won't stop once they start
Those skidding hearts

Two years later
Mary's big, expecting
Frank does overtime
With his secretary

At the crossroads
There's a broken carriage
Blood and metal
Make the final marriage

They won't stop once they start
Those skidding hearts
They won't stop once they start
Those skidding hearts
They won't stop once they start
Those skidding hearts
They won't stop once they start
Those skidding hearts

They won't stop once they start
They won't stop once they start
They won't stop once they start
They won't stop once they start


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"Skidding Hearts" as written by Paul Maurice Kelly

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