Paroles officielles de la chanson «Cigarello» : The Fratellis

Chanteurs : The Fratellis
Auteurs : John Lawler
Éditeurs : Emi Music Publishing France
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Paroles officielles de la chanson "Cigarello"

I said I don't get out too much I said
She said you said I said two times instead
I said oh please please please no
You're just not funny ya know
So stick around here for a week or three or four
I passed out one time by your door
It was twenty to four though I just can't be sure

Cinderella Cinderella she's my very kind of fella
Part right half wrong oh you know it
Part right half wrong oh you know it
Won't be too long
And oh you know we country boys
Are only after sex and noise
Take me shake me I'm are real mess oh yes
I love the way you city girls dress
Even though your head's in a mess

Well it was some kind of house by some kind of road
With some kind of peculiar dress code
All the boys had no style and one girl did she smile
I said you are making me itch she said don't
I said I'll try my best she said I know that
You won't
Now it's time to go home while I was chewing her bone

Baby doll baby doll climbing on the bedroom wall
Got no real friends at all maybe she's a mother or two
But I think she's in to you
Take me home take me home
Call my mother on the phone
Ella was her name when I left but now she is Rose
Got no fingers or toes lost them
Everywhere that she goes, now

Lost them every where that she goes now
Lost them every where that she goes now
Lost them every where that she goes now
Lost them every where that she goes now

Cinderella, Cinderella she's my very kind of fella
Part right half wrong oh you know it
Part right half wrong oh you know it
Won't be too long
And oh you know we country boys
Are only after sex and noise
Take me shake me I'm are real mess oh yes
I love the way you city girls dress
Even though your head's in a mess

Baby doll baby doll climbing on the bedroom wall
Got no real friends at all maybe she's a mother or two
But I think she's in to you
Take me home take me home
Call my mother on the phone
Ella was her name when I left but now she is Rose
Got no fingers or toes lost them
Everywhere that she goes, now

 
 


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