Telephone Banking

  • Hey Grace, guess what, cool
    You're teaching in Japan and I got another school
    You got another man and I got another boo
    I'm glad we moved on, I'm glad we moved on

    Hey Grace, guess what, cool
    You're teaching in Japan and I'm living in a school
    You got another man and I got another boo
    I'm glad we moved on, I'm glad we moved on

    Hey Grace, guess what, it's cool
    You're teaching in Japan and I'm living in a school
    You got another man and I got another boo
    I'm glad we moved on, I'm glad we moved on

    Hey Grace, guess what, cool
    You're teaching in Japan and you got another boo
    I got another man and you got another boo
    I'm glad we moved on, I'm glad we moved on

    I go check my clothes, I wear chinos
    Oh, I'm such a lovely man
    If you could see me now, now, now
    Spent all your cash on cappuccinos
    Oh, they match your mama's eyes
    Wish you could bring them round, round, round

    Spent all your cash on cappuccinos
    I'm glad we moved on

    Hey, Grace, guess what, cool
    I've got some managers and some pennies for the booth
    I'm simply getting down down, why not are you
    We had to move on, we had to move on

    No one understands and no one thinks it's true
    I know you wanted me, 'cause I know I wanted you
    How can we be free if one plus one is true?
    We had to move on, we had to move on

    No one understands and no one thinks it's true
    I know you wanted me, 'cause I know I wanted you
    How can we be free if one plus one is true?
    We had to move on, we had to move on

    I go check my clothes, I wear chinos
    Oh, I'm such a lovely man
    If you could see me now, now, now
    Spent all your cash on cappuccinos
    Oh, they match your mama's eyes
    Wish you could bring them round, round, round

    Round, round, round, round, round

    Picking up the phone book, is it really true
    Never really called back, is it really you
    All you never did, just never getting through
    Got to leave a message, nothing else to do

    Picking up the phone book, is it really true
    Never really called back, is it really you
    All you never did, just never getting through
    Got to leave a message, nothing else to do

    Hey, Grace, guess what, cool
    You're teaching in Japan and I got another school
    You got another man and I got another boo
    I'm glad we moved on, I'm glad we moved on

    Hey Grace, guess what, cool
    You're teaching in Japan and I'm living in a school
    You got another man and I got another boo
    I'm glad we moved on, I'm glad we moved on

    I go check my clothes, I wear chinos
    Oh, I'm such a lovely man
    If you could see me now, now, now
    Spent all your cash on cappuccinos
    Oh, they match your mama's eyes
    Wish you could bring them round, round, round

    Go check my clothes, I wear chinos
    Oh, I'm such a lovely man
    If you could see me now, now, now
    Spent all your cash on cappuccinos
    Oh, they match your mama's eyes
    Wish you could bring them round, round, round Writer/s: JACK PATTERSON, GRACE CHATTO, SSEGAWA-SSEKINTU KIWANUKA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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