"What'll I Do" as written by and Lisa Margaret Hannigan....
What'll I do without you around,
My words won't pun, my pennies won't pound,
Oh and my Frisbee flies to the ground,
What'll I do without you

What'll I say without you to talk to,
No one to serve or volley the ball to,
You write the words but I miss the volume,
What'll I say without you

Oh I don't know what to do with myself
Now that I'm here and you're gone

What'll I do when you've gone away,
My ball won't pin, my records won't play
And all of my hours limp into days,
What'll I do without you

What'll I do now that you're gone,
My boat won't row, my bus doesn't come,
I have the fingers, you've got the thumb,
What'll I do without you

Oh I don't know what to do with myself
Now that I'm here and you're gone


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"What'll I Do" as written by Lisa Margaret Hannigan

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    General CommentThis is my new favorite Lisa Hannigan song!

    "my ball won't pin" must be either some dirty Irish slang or perhaps a bowling reference...
    CrabMcNastyon November 03, 2011   Link
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    General Commentdo i smell damien rice?
    Idiotekkon June 19, 2012   Link
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    General CommentVery creative lyrics. She has so many ways of saying what she'll do without him (yes, most likely Damien).
    Ryannn29on January 11, 2014   Link

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