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The Irish Rovers - The Biplane, Ever More / Liverpool Lou


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Liverpool Lou Lyrics: Oh Liverpool Lou, lovely Liverpool Lou / Why can't you behave just like the other girls do? / Why must my poor heart be following you / Stay home and love me, my Liverpool Lou.