WIRE TRAIN


When She Was A Girl Lyrics

Do you remember the working girl She was a Heroin for me Kept herself in a violof water Evidentially She watched the boardwalk As the children came to play She wished for the years That she had rent away

Outwardly Yes you knew Her When she was a girl And now she is no more

Do you remember her flashing smile And the teeth she had behind You remember her memories But not her mind The fish market wines Always howl their cruel response They look for victims they can hang it on

Outwardly Yes you knew Her When she was a girl But now she is no more

I`ve seen the dream or two And I`ve watched the cars drive by the motorway You can make both pride and predjudice Your friend again You can make a king of anyone

Outwardly Yes you knew Her When she was a girl But now she is no more

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Record Label(s): 1985 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
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