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DOWN BY THE HENRY MOORE Murray McLauchlin I walked down to Kensington Market Bought me a fish to fry I went to the Silver Dollar Looked a stranger in the eye A friend of mine says That he don't think this town's so out of sight But he's got shades 'round his soul And he thinks he's seen the light Singin' don't you want to keep on moving Don't you want to get undone Don't you want to change from losing Don't you want to have some fun I went down to the Palm Grove I was jumpin' around the room I was wearing my sneakers down And castin' away my gloom This fat girl come up and grabbed me She sat me on her knee She said you wrote that Farmer's Song And she spilled a drink on me Singin' don't you want to keep on moving Don't you want to get undone Don't you want to change from losing Don't you want to have some fun I went down to the Henry Moore Skated all in the Square The moon above my shoulder And the ice was in my hair Alone but never lonely That's how I like to be If you want to have fun Like a rock'n roll bum Don't think the worst of me Singin' don't you want to keep on moving Don't you want to get undone Don't you want to change from losing Don't you want to have some fun (Contributed by Andy & Mogg - May 2002)

    


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