Rat Bat Blue

Album: Who Do We Think We Are (1973)
  • Hey baby, what you gonna do
    When the lights go up on you ?
    What's your name, can I drive you home ?
    Sweet woman, are you all alone ?
    You're the one for me
    I'm gonna keep you busy as a bee, could bee, could be
    Rat bat blue

    Now, get up woman, don't be slow
    It's getting late and I want to go
    No cause for acting big
    Got to love, got to live
    Stick around with me
    I'm gonna show you things you never thought you'd see,
    you see
    Rat bat blue
    You're so fine

    Get out ! You didn't understand
    I'm a hard loving man
    No way you can satisfy
    The way you look, the way you lie
    And when you shut the door
    Make sure I don't see you 'round here no more
    Rat bat blue
    Alright Writer/s: IAN GILLAN, IAN PAICE, JON LORD, RITCHIE BLACKMORE, ROGER GLOVER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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