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We take in the city lights
Every saturday night
We catch a movie and see the sights
To get the feeling right
She drinks malt whiskey all night long
All lined along the bar
There's no doubt she likes it strong
She knocks them back like a star

We search the city for a club or two
Every saturday night
She's a mover when she hits the floor
Oh what a wonderful sight
The bouncers and the dj's cry for more
When she gets upto sing
Sinfull eyes, and mournfull sighs
And flashing diamond ring

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I just love and they just love to see those ebony eyes
I just love and they just love as she pulls in the guys
I just love and they just love to see those ebony eyes
I just love and they just love as she lights up the skies

When the night is over and the day is done
On another saturday night
We take the freeway homeward run
She turns out what a sight
Those empty eyes that I love so
I'll join the list of fools
She follows me wherever I go
She likes to break the rules



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