"There's A Body In A Car Somewhere" as written by Daniel Michael Clark, Babak Ganjei, Melinda Katie Bronstein, Jonathan Mark Chandler and Laurence John Hugh Earle....
oh my love
there's a body in a car somewhere
and our relationship is going nowhere
i offered samples of your teeth and hair

to the man who turned up
at our door
asking questions of your shape and size
a silent joke between men of our age

oh should i laugh or should i cry
my love
if i feel better
should i lie is it not enough
to have lived and
to have loved

if i don't know better by now then i never will

so out comes his pad
and notes are made
why were you happy
oh am i happy

these are the question i have tried to avoid
in quick succession as they were employed
oh am i happy

oh should i laugh or should i cry
my love
if i feel better
should i lie is it not enough
to have lived and
to have loved


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