"Judy" as written by Hugh Rush Dillon, Trent Carr and Mark Malcolm Gibson....
J-Jude Judy she hates her parents
J-Jude Judy's all alone in her world
A little destructive
A little abusive
J-Jude Judy turn down your radio
And it goes
J-Jude Judy she's got a problem

Sometimes Judy finds she really can't cope
Her mind is a sinking ship close to the bottom
Her thoughts are bubbles coming off the radio
And it goes

She's going too fast
She's going under
She's going too fast
She's coming undone

And her life has been torn asunder
She spends her days looking in to the sun
J-Jude Judy the signals damaged
An indecipherable message from the coast
It faded too fast for me to find it
That horrible place where that hole in time was torn
And it goes

And now Judy's down
Yeah yeah don't let her up
Keep her down keep her down
Til Judy's had enough
She ain't had enough
J-Jude Judy she's got a problem
Sometimes Judy finds she really can't cope
Her minds a sinking ship close to the bottom
Her thoughts are bubbles coming off that radio
And it goes and it goes


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"Judy" as written by Mark Malcolm Gibson Hugh Rush Dillon

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