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Salvador
From here to salvador, the ladies dance
To fill us reckless sons with passions of the heart
I've been round this town for so long, she's been dancing since the first day
I've been all around but I love coming back to see lucy
She swings me over to pull me out,
Twirls around and I fall about, in giggles and laugher
Oh I'm plastered, can't damn help it I'm sorry love
What's to falling feeling feet
Great for bouncing round these streets
They're lonely like you, are for me, to ask for a dance or two
A heart of gold, and a face so pale, with a second hand dress and lips of a temptress
Bar stool banshee, howled out at me,
The kings and queens at the clubs evolved from pubs
And two much broken heart love
Singing up the blues in locked boxed bedroom,
A wop bop baloo bop ta wop bamboo
Are you going to take the chance
Why do you care no one plays fair
And neither do the lords of the dance
From here to Salvador, the ladies dance, to fill us reckless sons, with passions of the heart
Well it's a bang bang Anglo Saxons at the disco
A tish you all fall down
Hound dogs round on the prowl
For the next young girl, who told her daddy,
“I'm going round Gemma's to learn and study
I'm young and so free and I'm kinda sexy
And when I'm on the floor all the boys they feel me
And old dear diary's never been a friend of mine.”
From here to Salvador, the ladies dance, to fill us reckless sons, with passions of the heart



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