She's Real Gone

(Overend Watts)

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**Remember when they told
Somebody should have told me
About the evil trick that you had up your sleeve
**Maybe have grim fun with all the things you done
Then half inched all my stash and disappeared into Leeds
I ran to the station, I didn't care what station
Like a headless chicken with it's tail on fire
I couldn't find the platform, somebody stole the platform
Then I saw there was no track
And I realised the line closed, 40 years ago
She's real gone, gone forever, don't ha ha, gone forever
She's real gone, well I never, knock me down with a feather.
And now I'm all washed up
All I can say is (boogiediboogiedy...)
You left me in lurch when I got back from church
I'm gonna sort that figure out when I get hold of him
At risk of being pedantic I was going quietly frantic
creeping paranoia coursing though my every vein
**On a giant bender that bitch jumped on my Fender
All because I loved you and you caused me so much pain.
I was feeling suicidal, you were my one true idol
Then suddenly I felt all cheerful and realised I was glad you'd left.
She's real gone, gone forever, don't ha ha, gone forever
She's real gone, well I never, knock me down with a feather.
You done me a favour, baby
She's real gone, gone forever, don't ha ha, gone forever
She's real gone, well I never, take her back, never never
Why don't you take a short walk on a long pier?
She's real gone, gone forever, don't ha ha, gone forever
She's real gone, hell for leather, take her back never never
I'm a bird
I'm wild
And I'm free
But you're not!

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Transcribed by Colin Ford

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