Hello Sandy Allen

Album: Time And Tide (1982)
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  • Hello Sandy Allen
    The world's tallest woman
    We made friends in New York
    Don't know if you'll remember
    I'm bound to say I felt uneasy
    when I first laid eyes on you
    But I liked the way you talked
    Like a living hoper
    Towering over our heads in more ways than one
    The hand that shook my hand was awesome
    It still amazes me

    Hope you're happy Sandy Allen
    Hope your garden is blooming
    We're all staring at the mirror
    Tryin' to put our faces on
    Appearance never held you back
    Must be when you're number one
    You don't have to try so hard

    Hello Sandy Allen, hello Sandy Allen, hello

    Hope you're happy Sandy Allen
    Hope your garden is blooming
    We're all staring at the mirror
    Tryin' to put our faces on
    Appearance never held you back
    Must be when you're number one
    You don't have to try so hard Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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