Club Michelle

Album: Where's The Party? (1983)
Charted: 66
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  • Well, you know I've got to find it
    It's on a dark deserted street
    But you know I have to time it
    Driver, can you help me?
    Looking for the Club Michelle

    Well, our eyes met very slowly
    As we stared back through the crowd
    We just started dancing

    And they played that song
    Crazy song
    I hear it again
    I can still hear em' singing

    (Whoa-oh-oh)
    And they played that song
    (At the Club Michelle)
    It went on and on and on
    (Whoa-oh-oh)
    I remember it oh so well
    Dancing at the Club Michelle

    Then we moved into a corner
    We were looking for a better room
    There were just so many people
    And just when we started talking

    They played that song again
    And we both got so confused
    And they played it kind of loud
    Enough to hear the crowd

    (At the Club Michelle)
    Everybody kept on singing
    (Whoa-oh-oh)
    Everybody kept on dancing
    (At the Club Michelle)
    And I lost the girl
    It was somewhere calle the Club Michelle

    (guitar solo)

    But I know it's around here somewhere, somewhere
    On the corner, maybe make a right
    Yes, I know I've got to find that girl

    I'm gonna keep looking
    I'm going to find it
    Wait a minute, can you hear that now?
    I think I hear her singing

    (At the Club Michelle)
    Everybody's still dancing
    (At the Club Michelle)
    Dancing to the music
    (Whoa-oh-oh)
    And I found my baby
    Dancing at the Club Michelle

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