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I let her dance with some guy
I never knew before,
She said he was an old school mate
But I found him a bit of a bore.

He tried to kiss her on the dance floor
He must of thought he was the most,
She said he was an oil Millionaire
Somewhere down on the Texas coast.

I don't know what she saw in him
He was ugly big and fat,
He couldn't dance anyway
To me he looked like some big old rat.

I know why she let him dance with her
She had dollar signs in her eyes,
The great big fat lump of lard
He wasn't a millionaire at all, it was all lies.

The tears did roll and she came to me
Asking for her sins to be forgiven,
But I wasn't having any of that, no Sir,
Now I'm single again, and oh boy am I livin.

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