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If I Were A Bell lyrics

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Holly Cole – If I Were A Bell lyrics

Ask me - How do I feel?
Ask me now that we are cosy and clinging?
Well sir, all I can say is if I were a bell I'd be ringing.
From the moment we kissed tonight,
That's that way I've just got to behave.
Boy, if I was a lamp I'd light,
Or if I was a banner I'd wave.
Ask me how do I feel?
Little me with my quiet upbringing.
Well sir, all I can say is if I was a gate I'd be swinging.
Or if I was a watch I'd start popping my spring.
Or if I were a bell I'd go ding dong ding dong ding.
Ask me - How do I feel?
From this chemistry lesson I'm learning.
Well sir, all I can say is if I was a bridge I'd be burning.
Yes I knew my morale would crack.
From the wonderful way that you looked.
Boy, if I was a duck I'd quack.
Or if I was a goose I'd be cooked.
Ask me how do I feel?
Ask me now that we're fondly caressing.
Pal, if I was a salad I'd surely be splashing my dressing.
Or if I were a top I'd start popping my spring
Or if I were a bell
I'd go ding dong ding dong - ding!



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