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What ever happened to Saturday night?
When you got dressed up and you felt all right
It don't seem the same since cosmic light
Came into my life, I thought I was divine
I used to go for a ride with a chick
Who'd go and listen to the music on the radio
A saxophone was blowing on a rock and roll show
You'd climb in the back seat
Really had a good time
Hot Patootie Bless my soul
I really love that rock and roll (Repeat)
My head used to swim with the perfume I smelt
My hands kinda fumbled with her white plastic belt
I'd taste her baby pink lipstick
And that's when I'd melt
She'd whisper in my ear tonight she really was mine
Get back in front put some hair oil on
Buddy Holly was singing his very las song
With your arms around your girl you try to sing along
You felt pretty good whew
Really had a good time
Hot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock and roll (Repeat)



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