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LULU
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Max Miller


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Lulu, I know that you do
Think that I've been fooling all along.
No matter what I do,
I somehow know that you
Always seem to get me wrong.

Lulu, I wouldn't fool you,
I'm always saying nice things to you.
I'll take you in the country
Each Sunday for a trip,
And as we climb the hills
I'll walk behind in case you slip.

Lulu, I wouldn't fool you,
In anything I say or do.
I'll take you to the seaside
Not very far from town,
And as we lay upon the sands
We'll both get nice and brown,
And if the sun should scorch your back
I'll always turn you round...
I wouldn't fool you, Lulu.

Lulu, I wouldn't fool you,
When in a swimming pool, to cool you
I'll dive right off the deep end
Because I've got the knack,
Then I can do the breast stroke
While you're floating on your back.

Lulu, I wouldn't fool you,
In anything I say or do,
We'll swim around together,
You'll like it I am sure,
We'll stay beneath the water
For half an hour or more,
Then I can teach you lots of strokes
You've never done before...
I wouldn't fool you, Lulu.

 
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