Fridge says
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Author: Al Stravinsky
Verse 1
I spell out 'I dont want you'
In letters bright and bold;
It's to the point, uncomplicated,
'Cos I don't want to confuse you.
When you left, I found a way
To remind me how I feel each day.

Chorus
But I go out, I come back,
Fridge says 'I want you'.
If I go out, when I come back
Fridge says 'I want you'.

Verse 2
I cook up 'I dont need you'
A sentence that I serve
Cold, from the heart, and variegated,
'Cos I don't want to confuse you.
The message is upbeat, at least to me -
The only sad thing's the missing apostrophe.

Chorus
But I go out, I come back,
Fridge says 'I need you'.
If I go out, when I come back
Fridge says 'I need you'.

Middle 8
It was here when we first called this home;
We'd stick our pictures, write notes upon it's
Here though you're gone.
Your photograph pulls out its tongue once more,
Once more I turn your face to the door -
I write some more:

Verse 3
'I despise you',
Hey fridge! Take the 'dont' from that;
Now my heart is armour plated
And my head is ready to lose you.
A face at the window, you open the door,
(I scatter the letters all over the floor)
'I was passing by. Any mail? Oh, and here's my key...
Hey, there's no milk in here for the tea'.

Chorus
So I go out,
I go out,
So I go out, when I come back
Fridge says 'I love you'.
I go out, when I come back
Fridge says 'I love you'.
I love you...
I love you...
I love you...