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Cuban Slide

Remember the nights i cried
You were doing that old cuban slide
All night I tried and tried
I could not master the cuban side.

R'member the night I started to weep?
Under lights you did the 'creep'.
That night I could not sleep.
Oh lord how goes the creep?

Chorus:
AIy YI AIy Ya- I wanna dance but my feet won't let me
AIy YI YI AIy- I wanna dance would someone help me
AIy YI YI Ya- I wanna dance but my feet won't let me
AIy AIy Ya-


Last night I could not talk
On the street you did the Charing Cross walk
Up and down I swoop and stalk.
Only I can run, but I can't walk

Chorus

(Breakdown)

Remember the nights i cried
You were doing that old cuban slide
All night I tried and tried
I could not master the cuban side.

AIy YI AIy Ya- I wanna dance but my feet won't let me
AIy YI YI AIy- I wanna dance would someone help me
AIy YI YI Ya- I wanna dance but my feet won't let me
AIy AIy Ya-

Now Dance!



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