Mary Coughlan The Beach

 
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The Beach by Mary Coughlan The Beach lyrics He was walkin' on the beach, When I went down for a swim. I hadn't got my towels with me. I wanted to strip-off and go in. I knew he knew what I wanted to do, But still he wouldn't go. But he stood and watched - t'was a show. I was sittin' at the bar, Having had a lot to drink. And I was talking to this guy. He'd only just come in, I think. My head was spinnin' around, And when I tried to go, Well, he stood and watched - t'was a show. I was walking him back home, And I asked him to come in. Well, I thought that I should take the chance, Although his legs were a little bit thin. I tried to get through to him, Using every trick I know. But he stood and watched - t'was a show. He stood and watched - t'was a show. (refrain)

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2 corrections
posted by: shannon65     
1) Togs - not Towel. (Togs is slang for swimwear)
2) ....."Although he was a little bit thin"

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