"Angry Charlie" as written by Grant Evan Widmer and Edward Bartlett Joyner....
I heard you laughing,
I knew you thought you could hide.
It was a sound,
ringing out,
from the back of the line.
Your heart's not broken
but your feelings they show,
there's a mark, left behind, when you walk in the snow.

Your little Tina,
is she still alive?
Now that you've seen her, are you still surprised?

Now if we made it
they caught me cheating again.
It's the one, in the red, that you keep on the shelf.
It's overrated,
We'll pretend we're just friends.
If you won't sing it with me, then I'll sing by myself.

Your little Tina,
is she still alive?
Now that you've seen her, are you still surprised?

Good luck with teacher.
Now you know what they're like.
In love with Tina, you know
well, now that you know her.
Long time no-see her,
in a parallel life.
Long time, no-see.


Lyrics submitted by voldermania, edited by demyelinated

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