"Sixth Form Girls" as written by and G. Oliver P. Quinn....
Sixth form can't get out at night
They keep them in, it's an awful sin
Should set them free and let them roam

The lights inside their dormitory
When they go black you sneak away
The plans are set but don't go yet
They run down town to join the crowds
They're leaving school behind
They meet the boys from the factory
They're staying out all night, all night

Sixth form girls they're looking good
Skin tight jeans
They're out for fun
They drink wine late at night

Meet some man who'll make them laugh
Buy them drinks and make a pass
Take them back to a penthouse flat

The lights inside their dormitory
When they go black you sneak away
The plans are set but don't go yet
They run down town to join the crowds
They're leaving school behind
They meet the boys from the factory
They're staying out all night, all night

Sixth form girls take their pick of men
They're learning fast the ways of love
Just sixteen, teenage dream

Sixth form can't get out at night
They keep them in, it's an awful sin
Should set them free and let them roam

The lights inside their dormitory
When they go black you sneak away
The plans are set but don't go yet
They run down town to join the crowds
They're leaving school behind
They meet the boys from the factory
They're staying out all night, all night


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"Sixth Form Girls" as written by Paul Quinn Graham Oliver

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