"May Queen" as written by John Moore and Luke Michael Haines....
Meet me in the playground after school
When everybody has gone home
Promise not to breathe a word of this
Don't even look at me till we're alone

Or tonuges will start to wag
Stories will go round
They'll talk behind our backs
We'll never relive it down

Write my name in blood across your shirt (May Queen)
Prove to me that I'm the only one (May Queen)
And cross your heart and hope to die (May Queen)
May God strike you dead if it's a lie (May Queen)

Meet me after school
Meet me by the fields
Away from prying eyes
Kids can be so cruel

Out in the fields, out in the hay
We've come this far, at days and date
But if we've heard, but if we've seen
Then you might forfeit your first kiss

This whole thing no-one else's business (May Queen)
This is just a personal affair (May Queen)
A one-off test-run for the future (May Queen)
Wonder if I'll feel the same tomorrow (May Queen)

Tounges will start to wag
Stories will go round
They'll talk behind our backs
We'll never relive it down

Now it's the time, now it's the place
We've come this far, at days and date
But if we've heard, but if we've seen
Then you might forfeit your first kiss

May Queen


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"May Queen" as written by Luke Michael Haines John Moore

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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