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The Mavericks – Dolores lyrics

(Raul Malo)
Ready, one, two, a-one, two, three, four
Dolores from the Silver Screen
A bigger star than Charlie Sheen
With quite a knack for being mean
She is, yes she is, yes she is
Dolores, you're a movie star
You bought yourself a fancy car
Your parents told you you'd go far
You are, yes you are, yes you are
I thought that maybe you'd remember my name
I have a feeling that in you there's no shame
Used to tell me that you'd always be mine
And now it seems like you just haven't the time
Dolores, you have torn your dress
And now your life is quite a mess
But I still send you all the best
Oh yes, yes I do, yes I do, yes I do
I thought that maybe you'd remember my name
I have a feeling that in you there's no shame
Used to tell me that you'd always be mine
And now it seems like you just haven't the time
Travelling from coast to coast
At every party you're the toast
And I still fancy you the most
Oh yes, yes I do, yes I do, yes I do, yes I do ...



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