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Engelbert Humperdinck – Ten Guitars lyrics

(Gordon Mills)
Engelbert Humperdinck - 1966
Tom Jones - 1968
Also recorded by: Brendan Dugan; Melissa Gosselin; Tommy Scott;
Joe "Fingers" Webster & His River City Mainlanders.

I have a band of men and all they do is play for me
They come from miles around to hear them play a melody
Beneath the stars my ten guitars will play a song for you
And if you're with the one you love this is what you do

Oh, dance, dance, dance to my ten guitars
And very soon you know just where you are
Through the eyes of love you see a thousand stars
When you dance, dance, dance, to my ten guitars

Guitars are made for love my band of men will always say
So give them all a pretty girl and they will start to play
Beneath the stars my ten guitars will play a song for you
And if you're with the one you love this is what to do

Oh, dance, dance, dance to my ten guitars
And very soon you know just where you are
Through the eyes of love you see a thousand stars
When you dance, dance, dance, to my ten guitars

Ooh, let me tell you now
Dance, dance, dance to my ten guitars
Hm, come on, everybody,
Dance dance dance to my ten guitars



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