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Paris
by Andy Stochansky

She is dreaming at work today
That she's from Paris
Walks with a bright bouquet
And her fake accent co-workers laugh
She forgives her customers
All on their behalf

They don't know
What she could see
The kids don't go
To aisle three

She sees

Saints who say she is the only one
She can dream anything under the sun
And no one ever could take away
This All Saints' Day

She learns French from
Cassettes at night
Landlady saves her
Labels from her French whites

Small Eiffel Tower
Glued to her cash
She won't take lunch breaks
She's gone within a flash

They don't know
What she could see
The kids don't go
To aisle three

She sees

Saints who say she is the only one
She can dream anything under the sun
And no one ever could take away
This All Saints' Day

No one knows
What she could see
The kids don't go
To aisle three

She sees

Saints who say she is the only one
She can dream anything under the sun
And no one ever could take away
And no one ever could take away
This All Saints' Day

She is dreaming in French today

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