Sweet Soul Sister

Album: Sonic Temple (1990)
Charted: 42
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    All the hip young things trying to make a scene
    Living out forbidden dreams
    Star spangled banner flutters in the sky
    Time hustles those who wait to die

    Come on little honey
    Come on now, please
    Come on little honey and dance with me

    Sweet soul sister
    Keep on pushing till the dawn, well
    Sweet soul sister
    Forever dancing on and on

    Oh, she's a Dior girl, twisting round the world
    Midnight crush boogie scene
    Firm fixed expression, sensual, tender, smooth
    Sexual panther, beautifully cool

    Come on little honey
    Come on now, please
    Come on little honey and dance with me

    Sweet soul sister
    Keep on pushing till the dawn, well, well, well
    Sweet soul sister
    Forever dancing on and on, yeah

    Sweet soul sister
    Keep on pushing till the dawn
    Sweet soul sister
    Forever dancing on and on, yeah

    (Na na na)Writer/s: IAN ROBERT ASTBURY, WILLIAM HENRY DUFFY
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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