"The Earnest of Being George [Stereo]" as written by and Barry Alan/gibb Gibb....
You better run just as fast as you can, I've got no reason to try.
You did it to me and I'm takin' a stand. You've got a reason to cry.
Fairy stories in the penny arcade.
You bought my love and I paid.
I'm not trying to make history.
You could have been good to me. (music)

Fairy stories in the penny arcade.
You bought my love and I paid.
I'm not trying to make history.
You could have been good to me.

Spent my life a-makin' my love to you.
I've got no reason to try.
Got no reason left for makin' you blue.
You've got a reason to cry.

Fairy stories in the penny arcade.
You bought my love and I paid.
I'm not trying to make history.
You could have been good to me.

You better run just as fast as you can. [Repeat: x3]


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"The Earnest of Being George" as written by Maurice Ernest Gibb Barry Gibb

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