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Vince Eager (born Roy Taylor, 4 June 1940, Grantham, Lincolnshire) is a British pop singer. more »


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2004
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Lend me your comb
It's time to go home 
I got to go past
My hair is a mess 

Your mammie will scold
Your pappie will shout
Unless we come in 
The way we went out

Kissing you was fun honey 
But thanks for the date
But I must come to run honey 
But you know baby it's getting late

Just wait till I say
My darling
Lend me your comb
We got to go home
Kissing you was fun honey

But thanks for the date 
But I must come to run, honey
But sugar, it's getting late

Just wait till I 
Say, my darling
Lend me your comb
We got to go home

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Written by: BENJAMIN WEISMAN, FRED WISE, KAY TWOMEY

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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