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THE PAISLEY EXPERIENCE Sign in or register

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I was working part time at a five-and-dime
My boss was Mr. McGee
He told me several times that he didn't like my kind
Cos I was a little too leisurely

I was busy doing something
Something close to nothing
No different than the day before
And that's when I saw her
Woo I saw her
She walked in through the out door
Out door

She wore a raspberry beret
The kind you find at a second hand store
It was a raspberry beret
If it was warm she wouldn't wear much more
It was a raspberry beret
I think I love her

Dig if you will the picture
Of you and I engaged in a kiss
The sweat of your body covers me
Can you my darling
Can you picture this

How can you just leave me standing
Alone in a world that's so cold
Maybe I'm just too demanding
Maybe I'm just like my father
Too bold
Maybe you're just like my mother
She's never satisfied
She's never satisfied
Why do we scream at each other
This is what it sounds like when doves cry

Don't have to be beautiful to turn me on
Just need your body baby from dusk till dawn
You don't need experience to turn me on
Just leave it all up to me
I'll show you what it's all about

Don't have to be rich to be my girl
Don't have to be cool to rule my world
No particular sign I'm more compatible with
I just want your extra time and your kiss

I was dreaming when I wrote this
Forgive me if it goes astray
When I woke up this morning
Could've sworn it was judgment day
The sky was all purple
There were people running everywhere
Trying to run from my destruction
You know I didn't even care

They say two thousand zero zero party over oops out of time
So tonight I'm gonna party like it's 1999
Two thousand zero zero party over oops out of time
Tonight I'm gonna party like it's 1999
I just wanna go

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