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PAMELA, PAMELA (Graham Gouldman) Wayne Fontana - 1966 Pamela, Pamela remember the days Of ink wells and apples and books and school plays Where little Brer Rabbit kissed Pooh in the wood And Fluff was a cat that sat on the rug When Laurel and Hardy were shown at the flicks With sticky red lollies on splintery sticks Pigtails and ribbons and crushes on miss Secret discussions about a first kiss You were young and everything was new Impatient to do things you couldn't do Oh, Pamela, Pamela you started to grow Answers to questions you wanted to know When the rest of your childhood forgets as a dream And the harshness of life dims the peaches and cream When Laurel and Hardy were shown at the flicks With sticky red lollies on splintery sticks Pigtails and ribbons and crushes on miss Secret discussions about a first kiss Oh, you were young and everything was new Impatient to do things you couldn't do Pamela-a-a-a-a-a-a-a! (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - September 2013)

    


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