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  • Where the seagulls go at night
  • Take the D-train right to Brooklyn
  • Far away from the city lights.
  • Down the boardwalk-along the river
  • Where the thin men fish with worms
  • Past the phone booth where you called me
  • And the motel where you took her...
  • I'd have given her anything
  • Anything she asked
  • My little heart was a-trembling,
  • I must have been on Mars
  • The sugar walls came a-tumbling down
  • What was I thinking of?
  • When I fell for a pretty thing
  • A jealous thing called love,
  • It was a jealous thing called love.
  • I still toast you on your birthday
  • Raise a glass to my favorite year
  • When you told me her eyes were roving
  • And you warned me I might lose her
  • I remember the conversation
  • And the dim sum that we shared
  • I will be here if you call me
  • Just don't call me if you're with her.
  • I'd have given her anything
  • Anything she asked
  • My little heart was a-trembling,
  • I must have been on Mars
  • The sugar walls came a-tumbling down
  • What was I thinking of?
  • When I fell for a pretty thing
  • A jealous thing called love,
  • It was a jealous thing called love.

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