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will boldly light that lamp and we shall walk together

Let your hair hang down, wear the dress your mother wore
Let me sleep beside you

Your darkened
Every time you monkey child 
You take my breath away 
And every time you move like that 
I gotta get down and pray 
Don't you know that dress of yours
monkey child
You take my breath away
And everytime you move like that
I gotta get down and pray
Don't you know that dress of yours
Was made out
important thing is you better have fun

You gotta dress like an icon (dress like an icon)
Get yourself a step-son
Walk this way like dmc-run
Play like
dress so fine
And spend their money free
But they would hardly look
At a factory hand
That dresses like you or me

Would you let them wear
Their watches
bloomin' that she planted way last fall
Up on the hill, over by the gate
Lord knows I hate to say again, we'll have to wait
But you can bet she'll just
monkey child
You take my breath away
And everytime you move like that
I gotta get down and pray
Don't you know that dress of yours
Was made out
monkey child
You take my breath away
And everytime you move like that
I gotta get down and pray
Don't you know that dress of yours
Was made out
blooming
That she planted way last fall
Upon the hill, and over by the gate
And Lord knows I hate to say again well have to wait

But you can bet that
monkey child
You take my breath away
Every time you move like that
I gotta get down and pray

Don't you know, that dress of yours
Is made out of fiberglass
And the daffodils are bloomin'
That she planted way last fall upon the hill
Over by the gate
Lord knows I hate to say again we'll have to wait
But you can bet
Lost his money but he kept his hair
He found power and peace in the TV lenses
Live studio audiences

Wear Your Best
Like an unemployed televangelist
One
she planted way last fall upon the hill and over by the gate
Lord knows I hate to say again we'll have to wait
But you can bet that she will take it
She puts on a pretty dress and wears it all over town.
All over town.
Says, "I can give you what you want; escape from the pain.
My bed's already
on your face,
That tattoo on your back don't make you beautiful.

Your black heart, blue eyes,
And the black dress you wear are your disguise.
You
have been worth more if he'd left it my way
but you can never tell any body anything I've leaned that

I tried calling again to Billy and John
they
Lord I swear, the perfume you wear
Is made out of turnip greens
And every time that I kiss you girl
It tastes like pork and beans
Even though
the magic in my tricks
You're my morning fix
And that is why I love

'Cause it's not the way that I wear my hear
And I like to sleep in my underwear
the way

Democracy don't rule the world
You better get that in your head
This world is ruled by violence
But I guess that's better left unsaid
From Broadway
preferably, I like a string, but when you wear nothin
It's all the same
I met girls who are sweet and wear mens boxers
But behind closed doors, they flirt with
a way to make it hard for you
All those years gone by
I only want to find a way to make it hard for you

She'll never forget if the way that she
and creased
From the way that you sleep
But I like you best
In one of my vests
That you casually keep

Steal from me my underwear
You wear it better than
and creased
From the way that you sleep
But I like you best
In one of my vests
That you casually keep

Steal from me my underwear
You wear it better than
black velvet and safire
Psycho circuits of carnage that's unbelievably evil
Blood trickling temper of pure golden retriever
I'm inspired by the sun,
birthday baby mine.

Wear your red dress tonight and we'll dine by candlelight while the band plays those great golden oldies. I'll take you to a show