"That Was Lulu" as written by Dean Pitchford and Richard Marx....
When you woke up this morning
On your front lawn
You had a smile on your lips and
Your wallet was gone
You remember some girl
But the rest is all a blur
Well you're not the first one to fall under
Her spell
I know dozens of guys who've been there
As well
They've got scars to show
And they owe 'em all to her.
[Chorus:]
That was Lulu
Did she fool you?
That was Lulu
That ain't legal
That ain't voodoo
That was Lulu
Well Lulu's got charms that money can't buy
And she's made her reputation
Making strong men cry
All the victims may change
But there stories are the same
Lulu's there whey your airplane
Just happens to crash
Still she walks away without even a scratch
Leaving in flames
But she never leaves her name
[Chorus:]
And I know what I'm talking about
I saw it all from the start
Long before she started running around
Who do you think ran away with my heart
That was Lulu
[Chorus]


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"That Was Lulu" as written by Richard Marx Dean Pitchford

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