LATER, THAT SAME EVENING
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Later, that same evening, she ran. I think she ran alone.
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Later, she had early warning from a hidden phone.
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Checked with the embassy ---She might have been a million miles away.
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Should I circulate her likeness At all airports without delay?
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It was later ---Later that same evening.
Earlier, we had had a drink or four
In some Kensington hotel.
Hard --- it was hard to keep my mind
On what she had to sell.
And with all business done
We took a cab ---
Should it be her place or mine?
Good security prevailed
�And I was home just after nine.
It was later --- Later that same evening.
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Now I want you back. Yes, they want you back.
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We want you back. My country wants you back.
�Later, in the wee small hours
There was heavy traffic on the radio.
�Scare at a channel port ---
Small craft warnings to keep to shore.
�Lobstermen thought they saw
A submarine Half submerged suspiciously.
Though I arrived too late, I'm sure she blew a kiss to me
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As the sub sailed out to sea.
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