Having stayed in the morning
She kicks me out of bed to make her tea
Not a drop of milk in the house
Needless to say she's not pleased

Me, I take mine black
She's not having any of that
Says I go to the shop and bring some back
And I do and I bring it all through
And she doesn't even have the good grace to say 'Thank You'

She's a whole lot older
She was mad into the Rollers when she was young
Now, of course, she vigorously denies it
But she'll sing 'Bye Bye Baby' when she's drunk
Oh, but she sings it rather well
I'm really quite fond of the Rollers myself

Having stayed in the morning
She kicks me out of bed to make her tea
Not a drop of milk in the house
Needless to say she's not pleased

Anything for love and a quiet life, I'd do
If someone's got to go it just might as well be me
When I do and I bring it all through
She doesn't even have the good grace to say 'Thank You'
No, she doesn't even have the good grace to say 'Thank You'


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