I don't mind all the guys dancing with my girl
That's fine, I know them all pretty well
And I know sometimes I must get out in the light
Better leave her behind where the kids are alright
The kids are alright

Sometimes, I know I gotta get away
Bells chime, I know I gotta get away
And I know if I don't, I'll go out of my mind
Better leave her behind where the kids are alright
The kids are alright

I know if I go things would be a lot better for her
I had this plan but her folks wouldn't let her
I don't mind, I feel i gotta get away
Bells chime, i know I gotta get away
And I know if I don't I'll go out of my fuckin' mind
Better leave her behind where the kids are alright
The kids are alright
The kids are alright
The kids are alright


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