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Deborah Harry – Strike Me Pink lyrics

Everytime I meet you at the feet of Eros
We'll be in our street clothes and pretend we've never
Met
And I will tell you My name is Angel
When you call me Angel I'll freeze like a statuette
And they will point and say I look very real
Yes they will
I guess we all take turns on the water wheel
Baby last night you made me think now strike me pink
Maybe you'll bring me a lucky streak
Well strike me pink
So what if our love is tragic part of a missing link?
Baby your touch is magic
You strike me pink
I know that I'm in for a rude awakening
Only you can make me come from behind the door
Is it me or the earth that's shaking
Only you can make me still come back for more
And they will point and say I look very real yes they
Will
I guess we all take turns on the water wheel
And they will point and say I look very real yes they
Will
I guess we all have turns on the wonder wheel
Baby last night you made me think now strike me pink
Maybe you'll bring me a lucky streak
Well strike me pink
So what if our love is tragic part of a missing link?
Baby your touch is magic
You strike me pink



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