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Tom Robinson – Hot Dog lyrics

I saw you one morning and I knew you were the one for me
Yes I saw you one morning and I knew you were the one for me
A certain little something in the way you moved
Jumpy as a puppy on a hot tin roof
Well, I saw you in the morning and I knew you were the one for me

You were tasty, you were tempting and I knew you were the one for me
I swallowed and I followed cos I knew you were the one for me
A certain little something in the way you smiled
Telegraphed a message that was weird and wild
You were beefy and delicious and I knew you were the one for me

Hot Dog, so brown and smooth
Hot Dog, so tender too
Hot Dog, you know it's true
I saw you in the morning and I knew you were the one for me

It was dangerous and crazy but I knew you were the one for me
It was seedy and illegal but I knew you were the one for me
I held you harder as you won the race
Ketchup and mustard all over the place
It was over in a moment but I knew you were the one for me

Hot Dog, so brown and smooth
Hot Dog, so tender too
Hot Dog, you know it's true
I saw you in the morning and I knew you were the one for me



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