[Repeat: x2]
Oh lala, lala, lala

Flowers grow wild in her garden
She's self styled - I beg your pardon
Look at my girl, what a lass
A bit of alright - first class

I think she's just great
Boy oh boy what style
She's a serpentine, she's a naughty girl
Making the most of the rich mans world

Oh I, love my Amy
Ohhh, ohh, ohh do you blame me?
Oh my heart is aching
My loves for taking

No one will ever change the smile on her face
No one will ever share her sweet embrace
Amy darling can't you see the tears in my eyes
Amy darling can't you see that we're in paradise?

Spring time comes, tulips blooming
Do you know what she's doing to me
Look at me, the proud father
No I'd rather sit her on my knee (yeah)

Man oh man sweet harmony
She's a real good time
She's a valentine
Making the most of all she's mine

Oh I love my Amy
Ooh ooh ooh do you blame me?
Oh my heart is aching
My loves for taking

Nothing will ever change the smile on her face
No one will ever share her sweet embrace
Amy darling can't you see the tears in my eyes
Amy darling can't you see that we're in para-...

Oh ly-ly la-da-do-dah ly-ly la-la-la-lah
Ly-ly da-dumb-do-dah ly-ly la-la-la-lah

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    Maybe I'm biased, but this is brilliant!

    Ah lovely lovely!!!

    I like Phil's little posh jiggerpokery at the beginning. And Tim's just fab.

    And evn though it makes me need the toilet, I like the way it runs in from Under The wheel via a stream.

    It's just about love, but that's enough cause it's the best song ever.

    Ever ever ever!

    amy darlingon March 12, 2006   Link

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