"Down The Memory Lane" as written by Richard Garvin Evans, Fionan Martin Hanvey, David John Kelly, Derek Mary Karl Rowen, Trevor Bernard Rowen and David Watson....
Down to memory lane

You may be happy, you may be sad
You may be good, you may be bad
Let me tell you a secret so
‘Cause I know something you don’t know

Oh here we go, round and round again
Oh here we go, down the memory lane

Oh yes, it’s the place to be
To sing a song, and jump for glee
One thing that makes me so happy
It’s the place where you really want for me

Oh here we go, round and round again
Oh here we go, down the memory lane

Lots of people have problems
They don’t want to do their?
Just like a girl we used to know
Jennifer Coate, was her?

Oh here we go, round and round again
Oh here we go, down the memory lane

Every song has a sad side
Don’t be so snide, don’t be so bright
And don’t tell lies
I can see it in your face
Don’t be seen in the bare
‘Cause you’ll be caught in the snare
If any young man entices you
Don’t be led astray
Let the answer be on his nay
Let the answer be on his nay
Down the memory lane
(And I’ll tell ya somethin’ else
It was Mary bloody Coate, that’s the?, the whore)


Lyrics submitted by Psychonomaly, edited by mlsrez

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