Whatever You Want

Album: Whatever You Want (1979)
Charted: 4
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  • Whatever you want
    Whatever you like
    Whatever you say
    You pay your money
    You take your choice

    Whatever you need
    Whatever you use
    Whatever you win
    Whatever you lose

    You're showing off
    You're showing out
    You look for trouble
    Turn around, give me a shout

    I take it all
    You squeeze me dry
    And now today
    You couldn't even say goodbye

    I could take you home
    On the midnight train again
    I could make an offer you can't refuse

    Whatever you want
    Whatever you like
    Whatever you say
    You pay your money
    You take your choice

    Whatever you need
    Whatever you use
    Whatever you win
    Whatever you lose

    You're showing off
    You're showing out
    You look for trouble
    Turn around, give me a shout

    I take it all
    You squeeze me dry
    And now today
    You couldn't even say goodbye

    I could take you home
    On the midnight train again
    I could make an offer you can't refuse

    Whatever you want
    Whatever you like
    Whatever you say
    You pay your money
    You take your choice

    Whatever you need
    Whatever you use
    Whatever you win
    Whatever you lose
    Whatever you want

    Whatever you want Writer/s: RICK PARFITT, ANDY BOWN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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