Guess the lyrics (#31)

Can you guess the lyrics to this song?
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Answer
I
never
thought
it
would
happen
with
me
and
a
girl
from
Clapham
Out
on
the
windy
Common
that
night
I
ain't
forgotten
When
she
dealt
out
the
rations
with
some
or
other
passions
I
said
"You
are
a
Answer
lady"
"Perhaps,"
she
said,
"I
may
be"
We
moved
into
a
basement
with
thoughts
of
our
engagement
We
stayed
in
by
the
telly,
although
the
room
was
smelly
We
spent
our
time
just
kissing
The
Railway
Arms
we're
missing
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But
love
had
got
us
hooked
up
and
all
our
time
it
took
up
I
got
a
job
with
Stanley
He
said
I'd
come
in
handy
and
started
me
on
Monday
so
I
had
a
bath
on
Sunday
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I
worked
eleven
hours
and
bought
the
girl
some
flowers
She
said
she'd
seen
a
doctor
and
nothing
now
could
stop
her
I
worked
all
through
the
winter,
the
weather
brass
and
bitter
I
put
away
a
tenner
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each
week
to
make
her
better
And
when
the
time
was
ready
we
had
to
sell
the
telly
Late
evenings
by
the
fire
with
little
kicks
inside
her
This
morning
at
4:50
I
took
her
rather
nifty
down
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to
an
incubator
where
thirty
minutes
later
she
gave
birth
to
a
daughter,
within
a
year
a
walker
She
looked
just
like
her
mother
If
there
could
be
another
And
now
she's
two
years
older
Her
mother's
with
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a
soldier
She
left
me
when
my
drinking
became
a
proper
stinging
The
devil
came
and
to
me
from
bar
to
street
to
bookie
No
more
nights
by
the
telly
No
more
nights
nappies
smelly
Alone
here
in
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the
kitchen
I
feel
there's
something
missing
I'd
beg
for
some
forgiveness
but
begging's
not
my
business
And
she
won't
write
a
letter
although
I
always
tell
her
And
so
it's
my
assumption
I'm
really
up
the
junction
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