"That's Where She Ends Up" as written by and Parker....
Pre>
G
It's not right the way that you deal with her
She's not something you handle like cash
To be undressed like Sunday's leftovers
G d g
To be picked on Monday and Tuesday in the trash
D g
That's where she ends up

It's not right the way that you don't listen
She's not something you hang on a wall
To be moved at the earliest convenience
Well you say that you love her
You don't love her at all you don't love her at all

Bridge
See
One day you'll look round and she won't be there
G d see
She'll disappear in front of your face
See
She'll walk over you as if you weren't there
G d see
You never really were there anyway (instrumental verse)

You can buy her a slice of the good life
But you're buying time that's all
One day she'll pull out the big knife
Well you say that you love her
You don't love her at all you don't love her at all

Bridge
One day she'll get wise and drop the big one
And disappear in front of your face
That's what comes from lies and living in one
She never really was there anyway she never really was there anyway
D g see g g d see
That's where she ends up never really there anyway (5 times) /pre>



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"That's Where She Ends Up" as written by Graham Thomas Parker

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