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Odd song...

Poor Leno
Where you'll be, I'll go
Where you'll be, I'll know
Where you'll be, I'll find you......
(repeat)

Poor Leno
Where you'll be, I'll go
Where you'll be, I'll know
Where you'll be, I'll find you.....
(repeat)

Poor Leno
Where you'll be, I'll go
Where you'll be, I'll know
Where you'll be, I'll find you

Poor Leno
Have you due in time
Reunite as one
Please, I almost find you

Poor Leno
Where you'll be, I'll go
Where you'll be, I'll know
Where you'll be, I'll find you

Poor Leno
Have you due in time
Reunite as one
Please, I almost find you
Even stranger, the song doesn't sound like that, but online lyrics are pretty consistent. The second type of verse sounds more like:
Poor Leno
Having to be told
Reunite as old
Means I'll always find you
But that doesn't make sense. *shrugs*

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codeman38
Jan. 11th, 2004 02:43 pm (UTC)
Heh, I stumbled across your journal by searching for the lyrics to Poor Leno.

I was unsure of the lyrics to that one myself, being a bit on the hard-of-hearing side, but even I realized that the "have you due in time" transcription was utterly and entirely wrong. Turns out that I only managed to find two sites with the *correct* lyrics, though one of them was in the first page of Google results for poor leno lyrics...

http://www.livejournal.com/community/grammarpolice/1295698.html

The second verse actually goes:
Poor Leno
Having to be told
Being nine years old
Means I'll always find you


And it is, indeed, a very interesting song.
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