Magdalena 318

Album: EP2 (2014)
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  • I needed something to eat
    I took a walk down the street
    I came to 318
    Saw my sweet Magdalene

    Magdalena, you're the meanest, oh
    Magdalena, you're the meanest, oh
    Magdalena, sweet Magdalene

    I went down deep in her hive
    One year just turned into five
    Night came and then it was gone
    How did you get so strong

    Magdalena, just between us, oh
    You're the meanest, and the leanest, oh
    Magdalena, how'd you get so strong

    Magdalena, Magdalena, oh
    Magdalena, Magdalena, oh
    Magdalena

    And then we started to drag
    Me and my Maggie-mag-mag
    I begged her please no no no
    She said she got to go go go go go go

    Magdalena, just between us, oh
    You're the meanest, Magdalena, oh
    Magdalena, you're the meanest, oh
    Magdalena, Magdalena, oh
    Magdalena, Magdalena Writer/s: CHARLES THOMPSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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