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The Great Southside Twins

This song is by Anthony John Clarke and appears on the album Lively at the Davy Lamp / The Man With the Golden Plectrum (2009).

I saw you at 8:15 by the roundabout
And then again at the Butter Market too
I didn't even know that was your brother
Or if you'd changed your clothes and it was still you

You need to have more defining differences
Each one of you could be unique
But I don't really wanna change anything about you though
I just want to follow you and keep lots of notes on you now

The great Southside twins
How we love the great Southside twins
The great Southside twins
How we love the great Southside twins

Next month it'll be time for the May Fair
The best time of year here, they say
And you both will no doubt be there
Which is good for me, 'cause I can watch you all day

Last year I was gonna ask you not to leave early
I even thought about calling out to you
But I stopped 'cause you didn't even know me
Even if I know all about you

The great Southside twins
How we love the great Southside twins
The great Southside twins
How we love the great Southside twins

And I just wanna let you know how proud I am
I spent four years watching you grow
Maybe you could text me on your whereabouts
Or if you get a new coat or hat and I don't know

Or maybe I should just keep my distance
The judge says I can't do this stuff anymore
But you know I'm never gonna let anybody harm you ever
I'm just watching your door in case you come outside

The great Southside twins
How we love the great Southside twins
The great Southside twins
How we love the great Southside twins

The great Southside twins
How we love the great Southside twins
The great Southside twins
How we love the great Southside twins

The great Southside twins
The great Southside twins (it's always good to see you)
The great Southside twins (won't you come outside and see me)
The great Southside twins (because it's always good to see you)
The great Southside twins