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She claimed to travel in her own Lear jet
When in fact she arrived in a powder blue Corvette
She only stays in the plush hotels
She loves her daddy's cash
'Cause it spends so well
Just watch the way she walks
She's got a double barrel figure
Watch her body talk
Chorus:

She's a twentieth century fox, oh watch her walk
She's a twentieth century fox, talk that talk
She got designer jeans, so tight 'n blue
Break out in a sweat when she looks at you

She loves lights, cameras and action
To the boys on the set, she's the star attraction
Just watch the way she walks
She's got it all up front
Just watch her body talk

Chorus
She got designer jeans, so tight 'n blue
Break out in a sweat when she looks at you
She loves lights, cameras and action
To the boys on the set, she's the star attraction
Just watch the way she walks
She's got a double barrel figure
Just watch her body talk

Chorus

She's a twentieth century fox, oh watch her walk, watch her walk
She's a twentieth century fox, talk that talk
(Walk that walk, talk that talk)
Twentieth century fox, she's a twentieth century fox
Twentieth century fox, twentieth century fox
~D. Barnes, J. Carlisi, D. Van Zant, L. Steele



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