"Sarah Lee" as written by David Peverett and Roderick Price....
Sarah Lee, can't you see,
Why I'm cryin' like a child.
You had your fun, but what you've done,
Has made me mad and drove me wild.

You used to be, good to me,
And now your always raising sand.
And it's so strange how you've changed,
And now I don't know where I stand.

Well I went down to the roadside,
When your wheels began to turn,
I called your name, but you just drove away, yea
Time's I wonder, will I ever learn?

Sarah Lee, look at me,
See those lines upon my face.
I'm so confused and I been abused,
I can hardly stand the pace.

The things you did and the truth you hid,
They caused me pain and misery.
And there's no doubt, 'cause I checked it out,
You've been double-crossing me.

Well I went down to the station,
I saw you step onto that train.
But someone else was close beside you,
Now I wonder will I see you again?

Sarah Lee, can't you see,
Why I'm cryin' like a child?
You had your fun, but what you done,
Made me mad and drove me wild.

But Sarah Lee, can't you see,
See those lines upon my face?
I'm so confused and I've been abused,
I can hardly stand the pace.


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"Sarah Lee" as written by Roderick Price David Peverett

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