Jack The Lad Lyrics & Chords By Wille And The Bandits

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(Tennant/Lowe) --------------- Ooooooh oooooh Lawrence in the desert, how was he to know Under so much pressure from the men back home? Play with fire, you must be mad more

There's nothing left for you now except to hang out with the guys Now everyone can fear you, no one dare look in your eyes When trouble follows your every move, the more

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Call me ugly, call me crazy, call me mad You don't know just what I might call you Tell me a story, tell it up Tell it up, tell up your name Tell it up, tell it up, tell more

He'll do just about anything to get that bit of glory He'll go out with his lads to make that headline story The normal man in the clubhave no nees to worry He'll more

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