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Curly

This song is by The Move and appears on the 1998 reissue of Looking On (1970) and on the 2007 reissue of Shazam (1970).

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Mister McCann was a practical man,
Curly was his only son,
And he loved him like no other can,
Bi-dum, bi-dum, bi-dum.

He discovered the world in a wonderful girl,
Though he played with more than one.
But he loved her like no other can.
Bi-dum, bi-dum, bi-dum

Oh Curly has she let you down and run?
Oh Curly where's your girly? Where's she gone?

Ran all over the town,
Till he covered the ground,
Every inch of Liverpool,
In a way I feel so bad
That she let he be made a fool.

But remember she's right,
As we freeze in the night,
When the dawn took years to come,
Does he love her like no other can
Bi-dum, bi-dum, bi-dum

Oh Curly has she let you down and run?
Oh Curly where's your girly? Where's she gone?

Now curse the day,
Yes it really shook you good.
Just broke away, no,
You didn't feel she would.
You didn't feel she would.

La-da-da, na- na- na- na-
Desolation tones play on
Though it breaks you Curly
Can't you see what she has gone and done?

He discovered the world
Such a wonderful girl,
So he played with more than one,
But he loved her like no other can
Bi-dum, bi-dum, bi-dum

Oh Curly has she let you down and run?
Oh Curly where's your girly? Where's she gone?

Oh Curly, where's she gone?
You didn't feel she would.

Oh Curly, where's she gone?
You didn't feel she would but she could.

La-da-da, na-na-na, na-na-na

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