I Useta Lover I have fallen for another. She can make her way back home. And even if she asked me now, I'd let her go alone. Well, I used to see her up the Chapel when she went to Sunday mass, When she'd go up to receive, I'd kneel down there and watch her pass. The glory of her ass! I used to love her. I used to love her once, A long, long time ago. I used to love her. I used to love her once, A long, long time ago. It's gone. All my lovin' is gone. It's gone. All my lovin' is gone. D'you remember her collecting for Concern on Christmas Eve? She was on a forty-eight-hour pass, just water and black tea. I walked right up and make an ostentatious contribution, And I winked at her to tell her I'd seduce her in the future, When she's feeling looser. So now, you know the truth of it. She's no longer my obsession, Though the thoughts and dreams I had of her would take six months in confession. See, I met this young one Friday night and she's into free expression, And her mission is to rid the world of this sinful repression. Then we had a session. It's gone, long, long gone. All my lovin' is gone, long, long gone. I have fallen for another. She can make her way back home. [As sung by The Saw Doctors on "Sing a Powerful Song," 1997.] XX July01
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