Dubai Blues

Album: Chickenfoot III (2011)
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  • I got on champagne on the table
    In a hand-blown crystal glass
    Antique china, sterling silver
    Got the pheasant on the glass
    I got my seven-four-seven with my own bedroom
    But I ain't got you no, I ain't got you
    Hey, baby

    I got more change in my pocket
    Than your boyfriend will ever make
    A gold palace on the water
    Filled with butlers and maids
    I got more money in your country
    Like your spendin' times two
    But I ain't got you no, I can't find you

    I said, oh baby, all I want
    But I ain't got you
    I said, oh baby, all I got
    Is the Dubai blues,
    I got the Dubai blues, yeah

    I got a hundred acre theme park
    Right there in my backyard, yeah
    Three hundred and sixty-five Bentleys
    One day for every car

    I got big love, if you want it
    If you want it, just come and get it
    If you said, I'll make you happy
    Snap your fingers, I'll be there0
    I'll have you dripping in diamonds
    From your head to your shoes
    But I ain't got you, no I can't find you

    I said, oh baby, all I want
    But I ain't got you, oh no
    I said, oh baby, all I got
    Is the Dubai blues,
    I got the Dubai blues, yeah

    Oh baby, all I want
    I ain't got you, no, I ain't got you
    I said, oh baby, all I got
    Is the Dubai blues,
    I got the Dubai blues, yeah

    Got everything, oh baby
    I ain't got you
    I ain't got nothin' baby
    I ain't got nothin' baby

    'Cause I ain't got you, ain't got you
    'Cause I ain't got you, ain't got you
    Ain't got you, Dubai blues, ain't got you
    No I ain't got you, ain't got you
    Hey, Dubai blues Writer/s: Joe Satriani, Sammy Hagar
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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