"Louise" as written by and Jo/oakey Callis....
Fair Louise bought the fad and sold her clothes
With summer almost ending
Buzzed her hair, stuck a pipe right through her nose
It looked alright depending, but people got so cold
Well fuck 'em there's no such thing as too old
So figure it out and see
Ditching your company might turn your life around
Louise, finally you're free
Stopped looking like you're down
You're finally free Louise
Fair Louise bumped her head on a marble post
She struggled at bartending
Her new office so dark yet bigger than most
The parties never ending, the money wells all dry
Go figure now at thirty seven she's so high
Always the same with the grain never shout
Now days are never the same 'cause life is loud


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"Louise" as written by Ian Charles Burden John William Callis

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group

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