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The first time that I saw her
She was new to this patch
Two such beautiful eyes
Whose colours didn't match
Standing by a lamp post
Acting brave and bold
Her act rather spoiled by
Her shivering with cold
She asked if I wanted her
 I said I needed to think
A somewhat laborious process
So let me buy a drink
Sat together in that pub
I couldn't tear my gaze away
Two such lovely eyes
One deep blue one light grey
I knew there was a story
But who wants to tell
The gory details of
Their own private hell
So we finished our drinks quickly
Me and this stunning looker
And she returned to her world
As a back street hooker
I've never seen her since
But I like to think
She didn't rue too much
Taking time out for a drink
I hope she moved on in life
Took those beautiful eyes away
One of deepest deepest blue
The other of lightest grey

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