"Sunbed Song" as written by Mark King and Philip Gould....
I woke up, baby
To find you gone, long gone
Now I wake up, baby
Turn my sunbed on, turn it on

Oh, I really love your mind, though I can`t forget your body
I really love your mind, though I can`t forget your body
I really love your mind, though I can`t forget your body
I think about it all night long

[Chorus]
Late September
Summers over
Can't remember
Where the love has gone
See you later alligator
Don't forget to turn the sunbed on

We broke up, baby
Seems the die was cast, too fast
Now I break up, baby
When I re-live the past, free at last

Well it started as a virtue but it soon became a vice
It started as a virtue but it soon became a vice
I never meant to hurt you but I`m cold as ice
You heard me crying all night long

[Chorus]

All by myself it runs so deep
I cry myself to restless sleep
A dream surreal, a new game to play
These things I feel in such an artificial way

I woke up, baby
Found the summer`s gone, long gone
Now I wake up, baby
Turn my sunbed on, turn it on
And I won`t even try to justify my sunglasses
Won`t even try to justify my sunglasses
Won`t even try to justify my sunglasses
You`ll hear me crying all day long

[Chorus]

Yeah

Turn it on
Whenever you can
Turn it on
You know that you can


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"The Sunbed Song" as written by Philip Gould Mark King

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