Charlie Chaplin Took My Girl

Charlie took my girl away,
He jumped right through the screen,
She fell for him,
It shattered my dream.

He’s king of the silent movies,
But what’s he really got to say?
Whatever it was,
It took my girl away.

He’s old enough to be her dad,
She’s young enough not to care,
Charlie took my girl,
And silence fills the air.

I asked around about Charlie,
I got shakes of the head,
Silence means my relationship,
Is dead.

He’s old enough to be her dad,
She’s strong enough not to care,
Charlie took my girl,
And silence fills the air.

I never thought her feelings,
Would dry up and dissipate,
But she’ll get over him,
And in the rye I’ll wait.

He’s old enough to be her dad,
She’s bold enough not to care,
Charlie took my girl,
And silence fills the air.

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