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Etta James – Teach Me Tonight lyrics

Teach me tonight
Did you see that I've got a lot to learn?
Well don't think I'm trying not to learn,
Since this is the perfect spot to learn -
Oooh, teach me tonight!

Let's start with the abc of it,
Roll right down to the xyz of it
Help me solve the mystery of it,
Teach me tonight!

The sky's a blackboard high above you,
If a shooting star goes by,
I'll use that star, to write I love you,
A thousand times across the sky.

One thing isn't very clear my love,
Should the teacher stand so near my love?
Graduation's almost here my love,
Come on and teach me tonight.

I'll use that star to write I love you,
A thousand times across the sky,
One thing isn't very clear my love
Should the teacher stand so near my love,
Graduation's almost here my love,
Teach me...... Please teach me tonight!



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