"She Will Leave" as written by James Mayer, Sean Mbaya, Simeon Mclean and Adio Marchant....
she will leave,
there's no debate she's getting off quite shortly,
try to escape,
but he ain't bothered cos he knows that she'll be back again,

now tony tells angela that he's nipping out for a bite,
and he knows just how to handle her to make everything seem right,
a few hours turn to many,
then that buggers gone all night,
that's why she's leaving, oh oh oh,

so the journey home begins and guess what tony's off his head,
on the way back he relieves himself all over a neighbour's hedge,
but his aim is quite abysmal, as he's pissing on his leg
this kid is skeevy, oh oh oh,

she will leave,
there's no debate she's getting off quite shortly,
try to escape,
but he ain't bothered cos he knows that she'll be back again
she's getting off quite shortly,

so now it's key in door, tony sneaks quietly up to bed,
he's got another think coming if he thinks that he's loving,
and he's getting some drunken sex,
angela says nothing,
he better .............?
then she starts screaming
woah oh oh

so in the morning when he wakes,
he best make up for his mistakes,
he's now tony the chef taking her breakfast in bed,
she just can't leave him,
woah oh oh

she will leave,
there's no debate she's getting off quite shortly,
try to escape,
but he ain't bothered cos he knows that she'll be back again,
she's getting off quite shortly

what if she leaves,
and if too late,
and now your beds been made,
for you to lie and realise that now you've lost a gem,

she will leave,
she's getting off quite shortly,
she will leave,
there's no mistake she's getting off quite shortly,
try to escape,
but he ain't bothered cos he knows that she'll be back again,
she's getting off quite shortly.


Lyrics submitted by ellieacrylic

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