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THE LIFE OF THE PARTY

THE LIFE OF THE PARTY

Speaking Part:

Her neck is long and slender. 
She's built like an hour glass,
and though she's been with a lot of men. 
She still has a lot of class. 
She's been passed around at parties.
Sat on everybody's knee,
and she's always meant the world to me. 

Singing  Part:

Yes her neck was long and slender. 
She was built like an hour glass,
and though she's been with a lot of men. 
She still has a lot of class. 
She's been passed around at parties Sat on everybody's knee,
and she's always meant the world to me. 

Sometimes in the evening,
Well I hold her close to me. 
We'd spend time together,
In perfect harmony..........,
and right here beside her is where I long to be..........
and she always meant the world to me. 

We've both been together since I was just a boy..
When I put my arms around her it fills my heart with joy,
and right here beside her is where I long to be,
and she's always meant the world to me  

Singing  Part again:

Her neck is long and slender. 
she's built like an hour glass,
and though she's been with a lot of men. 
She still has a lot of class. 
She's been passed around at parties sat on everybody's knee,
and she's always been a good guitar to me to me. 

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Cal Bambi (2017)
The word artist ©riginal. 
I paint pictures with words. 

    calbambi@gmail.com


Copyright © Cal Bambi The Word Artist | Year Posted 2022

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