"Two for the Price of One" as written by Benny Goran Bror Andersson and Bjoern K. Ulvaeus....
He had what you might call a trivial occupation
He cleaned the platforms of the local railway station
With no romance in his life
Sometimes he wished he had a wife
He read the matrimonial advertising pages
The cries for help from different people, different ages
But they had nothing to say
At least not until the day
When something special he read
This is what it said

If you dream of the girl for you
Then call us and get two for the price of one
We're the answer if you feel blue
So call us and get two for the price of one
If you dream of the girl for you
Then call us and get two for the price of one
We're the answer if you feel blue
So call us and get two for the price of one

He called the number and a voice said: "Alice Whiting"
The voice was husky and it sounded quite exciting
He was amazed at his luck
The purest streak of gold he'd struck
He said: "I read your ad, it sounded rather thrilling
I think a meeting could be mutually fulfilling
Why don't we meet for a chat
The three of us in my flat"
I can't forget what I read
This is what it said

If you dream of the girl for you
Then call us and get two for the price of one
We're the answer if you feel blue
So call us and get two for the price of one
If you dream of the girl for you
Then call us and get two for the price of one
We're the answer if you feel blue
So call us and get two for the price of one

She said: "I'm sure we must be perfect for each other
And if you doubt it, you'll be certain when you meet my mother"


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"Two for the Price of One" as written by Bjoern K. Ulvaeus Benny Goran Bror Andersson

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    General CommentLOL!!!!!! LOL LOL LOL!
    I loved the end! "I'm sure we must be perfect for each other and if you doubt it you'll be certain when you meet my mother"
    What is this, a little dark comedy for the last cd?
    luhachion November 08, 2009   Link
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    General CommentYep, some guy's sexual fantasy blows up in his face - he thinks he's getting a three-is-company deal, but she really means "take me, and my mom comes along." Straight up humor, with a little "take that!" to guys whose minds immediately go to the naughtiest place when they read something.
    ShinyAeonon January 16, 2011   Link

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