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Hangover
by Betty Boo

I believed in everything you said to me.
Disguised were the lies: you even looked into my eyes!
Sat me on a chair and seemed most sincere,
Took me by the hand and said I'd nothing to fear.
Reminded me I was the girl of your dreams
'Coz I wasn't the kind to ask you where you'd been.
It was all set dedication at its best:
Didn't have the decency to even confess.

Can't believe it's over.
It's one big hangover.
You said you'd never run away.
That's what you told me.
I was your one and only.
Won't get over it in a day.

He would call me every morning at half past ten.
My friend, at the time, he seemed genuine.
The cloud was too thick for me to see through.
Looking back, I was had: he just couldn't give a boo.
He was the kind of guy who you couldn't say "no".
When I was sharing him, yes, it was a big blow.
I got full proof that he was running loose.
Denied and lied to me, with some silly excuse.

Can't believe it's over.
It's one big hangover.
You said you'd never run away.
That's what you told me.
I was your one and only.
Won't get over it in a day.

When we were together, he was a different guy:
He would chatter away and flatter me, which made me quite shy.
All the more reason to wonder what I did wrong.
Maybe he didn't love me all along...
They warned me he got horny at anything in a skirt.
I ignored all the stories: I was determined it would work.
But, no, I didn't listen, 'coz I had no suspicions.
Mmm... I must admit: it was a shock to the system.

Can't believe it's over.
It's one big hangover.
You said you'd never run away.
That's what you told me.
I was your one and only.
Won't get over it in a day.

Can't believe it's over.
It's one big hangover.
You said you'd never run away.
That's what you told me.
I was your one and only.
Won't get over it in a day.

Can't believe it's over...

Writer(s): Alison Moira Clarkson, John Coxon

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