Let's Misbehave

Phil Saxe, Irving Aaronson & His Commanders, Swing Republic


Year:
2013
2:53
24 

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We're all alone, no chaperone
Can get our number
The world's in slumber
Let's misbehave

There's something wild about you child
That's so contagious
Let's be outrageous
Let's misbehave

When Adam won Eve's hand
He wouldn't stand for teasin'
He didn't care about those apples out of season

They say the Spring 
Means just one thing to little lovebirds
We're not above birds
Let's misbehave

Let's misbehave
Let's misbehave

If you'd be just so sweet
And only meet your fate, dear
It would be the great event of 1928, dear

Let's misbehave
Let's misbehave

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Written by: COLE PORTER

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