You never threw me out, you never missed my mother
How could you do it, when you saw me in the cloud cloud
I never wanted to be that one so
Where you gonna go when the dirty man back
Where you gonna go when the dirty man back

I never knew, I never knew, I never knew, I never knew, I never knew, so

Where you gonna go when the dirty mans back
Where you gonna go with the dirty mans lies
I never knew where to go I can
Help me, who go where the brothers never came before
The glass door

The one with the die run over the hill
Seen you before running around with a kilt
The one with the die run over the hill
Seen you before running around with a kilt
How do you know when the river comes back
How do you know when the river come back

I never had the time
I never had the time
I'd find, I'd find, I'd find, I'd find, I'd find, I'd find, I'd find, I'd find, I'd find, I'd find

The world is so funny funny
The world is so funny funny
So funny funny
The world is so funny funny
The world is so funny funny
The world is so funny funny

How did you know when they don't come back
Kick down the door with the first look of crack
Any day with time time jump off the line
Keep it down shut so you don't see the crack
Push out the boat with the river run dry
Someone down the warren flick a number nine

How do you know when the river come back
Kick down the door with the first look of crack
Any day with time time jump off the line
Keep it down shut so you don't see the crack
Push out the boat with the river run dry
Someone down the warren flick a number nine

I never knew before so I tried again
I never knew before so I tried again

See, see, see, see, see, sea
I never knew before so I tried again
I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried, I tried


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