Aldo Kraas

Rookie (July 15 1964 / Sao Paulo Brazil)

LADY, LADY, LADY


Lady, lady, lady
You are so charming
I want to walk the shores
And give you a French kiss
Lady, lady, lady
That dress you are wearing tonight is stunning
Lady, lady, lady
I don't want you in my bed
I don't want to make any planing
Lady, lady, lady,
I can't make you a promise either
If I do and things don't work out I will be very hurt
So I rather not do it than get hurt
Because I am no good in keeping promises
Lady, lady, lady
While I walk with you along the shores
I sing this song about love
So I can prove my love to you
Listen carefully
Lady, Lady, Lady,
The rainbow of my life just for this night
My dream just for this night
My Lady just for this night
My princess just for this night
Lady, lady, lady
I am your man just for this night
We better have another French kiss before the night is over
Lady, lady, lady

Submitted: Thursday, October 26, 2006
Edited: Saturday, October 30, 2010

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