This girl that moved just up the road from me, She had the nicest legs I'd ever seen. Back then she wrote me letters, just to say she'd loved me, But now her face is just a memory Now that seven years have gone I've grown up but she's moved on, Somehow I'm still holding on to her. I still got so many unsaid things I want to say, And I just can't wait another day, I wish she knew. I still wait up wondering if she will remember me, But there's no way for me to know. Oh Now she's got pregnant with her bay-hay-hay-bee It feels like she's slipping away from me. Now that she's getting married I'm in misery.
Written by: THOMAS MICHAEL FLETCHER, DANIEL ALAN JONES, HARRY MARK CHRISTOPHER JUDD, DOUGIE LEE POYNTER, JAMES ELLIOT BOURNE
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