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Rings Around Rosa

This song is by Eugene McGuinness and appears on the album Eugene McGuinness (2008).

Your little sister's very pretty
And your dad works in the city
And it's not the first time
That a boy like me has rhymed those words
So I thought I'd run it past you
'Cause I need a song about this
You know what I mean
Oh, I think that you know what I mean

Maybe round the breakfast table
While Dad and daughter are rosy and bright
Baby, in the favourable light
Tell her I love, tell him I fight

And later on at the bus shelter
Turn up and pretend you forgot your pass
And I shall escort her to class
Do this, dear friend, that's all I ask

'Cause you owe me one, and I know the one that I want

Your little sister's very pretty
And your dad works in the city
And it's not the first time
That a boy like me has rhymed those words

And you owe me one, and I know the one that I want

The gloves are off
A pound for a pound
The cuffs are lost
Release the hounds
Pushes come to shove
And I know trite
Tell her I love
Tell him... I fight

Written by:

Eugene McGuinness

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