You're probably surprised
It's only me, I've come to see just how you are
You look very good, must be since you left that factory

How's Paul?
Is he working, No?
Who works these days?

But you used to have a job in the Caravan industry
Even that's gone, these days
I remember when you used to wander by the used car buildings

When you were my baby now
You were my baby now
You were my baby now
You'll be free and you'll get away

It's easy to see what you did for me the way you lived your life
I know I don't call much, these days
You never had a descent man to make you happy
How's Mary Ann?
Is she married, no?
No one gets Mary Ann these days

She's inside me now
She's inside me now
She's inside me now

And what I really came to say was I'll be going away, for a little while
I came to hear you sing, just one more time
How's Paul?
I'm gonna miss him

Ah, but he's inside me now
He's inside me now
He's inside me now
I've got time on my hands

She's my baby now
She's my baby now
She's my baby now
I'm leaving her
I'm leaving her
She's inside me now
She's inside me now

She's my baby now
She's my baby now
She's my girl

I'm gonna miss this place
I'm gonna miss your face
Oh you're my baby now
You're my baby now
You're my baby
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National Avenue (Sunday Afternoon) Lyrics

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