"Well, Well, Well" as written by Aimee Ann Duffy and Albert Hammond....
Well well well
Well well well
Well well well
Well well well

Highly suspicious,
Where was I last night
Seek and you shall find
And it goes in my mind,
You make me draw the line
I didn't commit any crime

I'm not guilty
Of what you're saying I do
I'm not guilty
Of what you're saying I do

Well well well
Why you giving me the third degree?
Why you giving me the third degree?

When I'm not guilty
Of what you're saying I do
I'm not guilty
Of what you're saying I do

I'm not that cagey
But I don't need to explain
There's nothing to blame

You'll only drive me away
There's so many questions everyday
You make me go insane

I'm not guilty
Of what you're saying I do
I'm not guilty
Of what you're saying I do

Well well well
Why you giving me the third degree?
Why you giving me the third degree?

When I'm not guilty
Of what you're saying I do
I'm not guilty
Of what you're saying I do

Well well well
Well well well
Well well well
Well well well

I'm not guilty
Of what you're saying I do
You know I'm not guilty
Of what you're saying I do

Why you giving me the third degree?
Why you giving me the third degree?
Just why you giving me the third degree?
Why you giving me the third degree?

Well well well


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"Well Well Well" as written by Louis Ian Carnall Joseph Carnall

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