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Monopoly

This song is by Abraham Cloud and appears on the album Another Successful Breakfast (1995).

I found your diary and read about me
You should've told you'd rather play monopoly
'Cause if that's how I win your love, I'll learn the game

I'll buy a tie-dyed, large-sized serape
We'll go to 'Frisco to visit your uncle
And if they throw us off the bus, we'll learn to trust

Marry me, marry me, marry, marry me, marry me, marry me
And we'll travel the world as Ambassadors For Monopoly
At least the air is still free...

We'll see the sun shine from places we never tried
We'll share adventure, fast food and dark moods
And when the going gets too rough you'll go back home

'Cause its very, very, very, very, very, very, very hard to change
But if you stay on the wrong chord long enough
It starts to eat you up, make you tense and nervous
To the point where you feel like you could grab someone
You've never met, wrap your fingers round their neck and
Squeeze until you wake up and you change...

Marry me, marry me, marry, marry me, marry me, marry me
And we'll travel the world as Ambassadors For Monopoly
At least the air is still free...

Good times road signs
Electric cars and smart bars
Muscles and strange days
Justice and ear plugs
Congress treasure chest
Park place and I bet
You're thinking I'm like
All those who came before
New face in same place
Twilight in my eyes
Let go of yourself and let someone love you
Let go of yourself and let someone love you
Let go of yourself

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