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Suzy was nine and I was ten 
Right at the time when boys like to think they're men 
She used to follow us at school 
We really thought that she was a little fool 
And one day we said to her 
We don't want to hurt you girl 
But you'd better 

Look for a friend of your own, Suzy-hang-around 
Better come back when you're grown, Suzy-hang-around 
Nobody wants you around here and that's for sure 
So get off our playground and stay away 
That's all that we've got to say 
Suzy-hang-around 

Suzy went home to Mama's arms 
Mama said "Look, she's never done you no harm 
So get off her back and let her be 
Why can't you play together in harmony?" 
We really didn't know what to say 
But as soon as she went away 
We laughed and said 

Look for a friend of your own, Suzy-hang-around 
Better come back when you're grown, Suzy-hang-around 
Nobody wants you around here and that's for sure 
So get off our playground and stay away 
That's all that we've got to say 
Suzy-hang-around 

Yes you'd better Look for a friend of your own, Suzy-hang-around 
Better come back when you're grown, Suzy-hang-around 
Nobody wants you around here and that's for sure 
So get off our playground and stay away 
That's all that we've got to say 
Suzy-hang-around