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Music by elton john and thom bellLyrics by bernie taupinAvailable on the album the complete thom bell sessionsWe can spend the night rightSo honey turn out the lightsAnd do it nice and slowDo it nice and slowYou can work on a charmAnd tell the man in your armsTo do it nice and slowDo it nice and slowLying here in a way that I have always wantedClose to you in a scene that I have always hauntedTime and time again we defended a right to cling toOur love-shy goodbyes, for broken hearts could cryYou can do it, you can do it slowYou can do it slow, slow, slowYou can do it slow, slowDo it nice and slowYou can turn on the heatTo keep a man on the streetsWhen you do it nice and slowI like it when you do it nice and slowYou can work on a spellAnd weave your magic so wellWhen you do it nice and slowCome on and do it nice and slowYou can do it, you can do it I knowYou can do it nice and slowYou can do it, you can do itYou can do it nice and slow, slowI like it when you do it slow, slowCome on and do itDo it nice and slow



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