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Daryl Hall & John Oates – Soldering lyrics

(beckford & ranglin)

Soldering its what the young girl wants
Soldering
Soldering its what the young girl needs
Soldering

She says she don't want the young buy,
The young boy drink too much white rum
She says she don't want the soul man,
Cause soul man fall asleep in bed
She says she don't want the dread lock
Cause dread lock smoke too much haile

Soldering its what the young girl wants
Soldering

When you check it out the young boy is undecided
And the dread lock is getting natty groove
While the old man hes watching them move
And the soul boy he start to prove

Soldering its what the young girl wants
Soldering
Soldering its what the young girl needs
Soldering

Oh young girl want soldering



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