Dead Girls Of London

Album: Another Cheap Aroma (1979)
  • C'mon everybody and let's get together tonight
    Got some money in my jeans and I'm really gonna spend it right
    No more movies for a week or two
    No more running 'round with the usual crew

    Ah, who cares?
    C'mon everybody

    Well, my baby's number one but I gotta dance with three or four
    The place is really shaking form the bare feet slapping on the floor
    When you hear the music you can't sit still
    Your brother won't rock but your sister will

    Whoo
    C'mon everybody

    My place is really rocking, so we gotta put a guard outside
    If my folks come home, I'm afraid they're gonna have my hide
    No more movies for a week or two
    No more running 'round with the usual crew

    Who cares?
    C'mon everybody

    c'mon everybody and let's get together tonight
    Some money in my jeans and I'm really gonna spend it right
    No more movies for a week or two
    No more running 'round with the usual crew

    Ah, who cares?
    C'mon everybody
    Writer/s: FRANK ZAPPA, LAKSHMINARAYANA SHANKAR
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Ben from Basingstoke, UkRead Pauline Butcher for more insight in to Zappa and his relationships. Pauline was his p.a. for several years after he met her in......London!
  • Tom from Huddersfield, United KingdomHe died in December 1993...Just short of his 53rd birthday (not 54th)... A TV interviewer asked "Did you want to be a rock star" he replied "I'm NOT a Rock Star, that's the wrong word for me" Interviewer replies "No, but did you WANT to to be? FZ replies "Being a rock star is nothing to aspire to, I shave this face every day, there's no way, Herman & the Hermits, that's a rock star"... UK TV interview late 80's
  • Ozric from Racine, Winever knew van morrison recorded with frank.
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