It’s the the same old story that i’ve heard ten times before
You’re sending your love to war
With a doctor and a locked up door

You only learned to pack it up a year ago at the corner store
Where the bandage made your blood run boiled
And you’re running ‘cause you’re so hardcore

And all the ladies dance and swoon
To the tango tune by the big pie moon
Oh while your brothers warn each other
With their lavish lyric tunes
Oh lover never loved me tho I do

And said the doctor to your heart
You never ever should have come so far
You couldn’t blame it on your new guitar
You wouldn’t play it at the whiskey bar

And it’s been 24 years running up and down the wrong side of
The streets you lived on were not made for love
Write a letter send a war cry dove

And all the ladies dance and swoon
To the tango tune by the big pie moon
Oh while your brothers warn each other
With their lavish lyric tunes
Oh lover never loved me tho I do

Yes I do have your picture in my car
Where I dream that I’m driving fast and far
And I do want you badly like I said so
Oh when I dreamed how I’d love you soft and slow

And never mind the invitation it was all a form of so and so
And we’ve both had enough of stop and go
And now you wish you’d never said hello

Until we’re back into the station where the radio is blaring on
And all the war brides sing their soldiers songs
The night is short dear but their love is long

And all the ladies dance and swoon
To the tango tune by the big pie moon
Oh while your brothers warn each other
With their lavish lyric tunes
Oh lover never loved me tho I do


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