The Four Lads The Bus Stop Song (A Paper of Pins) [From Bus Stop, 1956] cover

The Bus Stop Song (A Paper of Pins) [From Bus Stop, 1956]
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The Bus Stop Song (A Paper of Pins) [From Bus Stop, 1956] Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
I'll give to you a paper of pins
And that's the way our love begins
If you will marry me, me, me
If you will marry me
Verse 2
I'll give to you a feathery bed
With downy pillows for your head
If you will marry me, me, me
If you will marry me
Verse 3
But you don't want my paper of pins
And you don't want my feathery bed
You want my house and money instead
That is plain to see
Verse 4
Well here they are take everything
My house, my money, my wedding ring
And in the bargain I'll throw in me
If you will marry me

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