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SHE THINKS THAT SHE'LL MARRY (Judy Rodman / Duane Orender) Judy Rodman - 1985 He keeps her in diamonds, he brightens her days He flies her in style to the cities he plays But she's not aware that in every town Others warm to his favours when she's not around He took her to Paris, he took her to Spain He took her for granted, wouldn't give her his name She lives all alone in a house on a hill An' thinks that she'll marry, but she never will He told her that someday, he'd make her his own They'd take a vacation together in Rome Then she spoke these words, though they tore her apart: "I'm tired of you playing these games with my heart" "Oh, I've given you the best years of my life You've given nothin', but maybe some lies I've lived all alone in a house on a hill Thinkin' we'd marry, but we never will" So time brought it's wisdom, now clearly she sees She's learned to be happy an' she loves bein' free That he longs to hold her an' make her his wife 'Cause there was no happiness left in his life She lives all alone in a house on a hill With good friends an' good times, her life is filled In his lonely mansion, he longs for her still An' he thinks that she'll marry, but she never will No, she never will (Contributed by Mel - April 2008)

    


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