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Squeeze – Domino lyrics

(Difford/Tilbrook)

I knew that I had drunk too much
I had passed my drink degree
I climbed into my rented car
I was happy as could be
Then I pulled out of the driveway
And the lights began to blur
Within a mile the car was stopped
By a police officer - she said
"Did you see the light was red?
Did you see the light at all? "
Then I fell into her open arm
And that's all that I recall
I knew that I had danced before
But it never made the news
Surprised to find my two left feet
In John Travolta's shoes
I hogged the space around a girl
I found so full of verve
Then I moved in slowly for the kill
And watched her body swerve,
She said "did you know I'm not impressed
With the way you dance at all"
Then I fell into her open arms
And that's all that I recall

Blacked out and wasted
I had to be persuaded
With my view a little jaded
That I was about to go
Down like a domino

I knew that I had said too much
But tact was not my way
Tears were on her bottom lip
She had nothing more to say except
"Did you know this love we have
Has made me feel so small"
Then I fell into her open arms
And that's all that I recall



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/s/squeeze/domino.html

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