Everyone remembers where they were when they all saw her
Ordering the second cheapest glass of wine
That she could find

You don't know where she's been, oh, but I do
Now you don't know where's she's just been
But baby I do

All Bar One girls
Don't care about you
All Bar One girls
Say 'buy me a drink
and then leave me alone'
And you do, you do, you do

I don't impress every boy I meet
But it's not every boy I want.
These girls don't have that problem.
You belong in the suburb
As far as they're concerned
Before they go with the man they find
At just how much he's earned

All Bar One girls
Don't care about you
All Bar One girls
Say 'buy me a drink
and then leave me alone'
And you do, you do, you do

Put on your coat and go out somewhere
But not there!
Let the ice age begin when they are in the bathroom
Put on your coat and go out somewhere
So put on your coat and go out somewhere
But not there!
Let them burn to the ground, they will never (???) you
So put on your coat and go out somewhere
Put on your coat and go out somewhere
Put on your coat and go out somewhere
Put on your coat and go out somewhere


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    I think it's "Buy me a drink and then leave me alone". One of my favourite LBs songs.

    dontworrydearpamelaon August 09, 2008   Link

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