Ms. Grace

Album: Trustmaker (1974)
Charted: 1 91
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  • Oh oh oh Miss Grace
    Satin and perfume and lace
    The minute I saw your face
    I knew that I loved you

    Hey you, listen to me
    I got a lot of truth I want to tell you
    I just met a woman who turned me upside down
    The rivers turn in their beds
    Flowers bloom where she treads
    She turns an awful lot of heads
    When she comes to town

    Miss Grace when you walk by
    You're the twinkle in my eye
    There's no need to wonder why
    I've fallen for you

    Oh oh oh Miss Grace
    Satin and perfume and lace
    The minute I saw your face
    I knew that I loved you

    Strangest thing of all you see
    Is that this could happen to me
    Lady Grace she said she'll be so fine
    Someday I'll make her mine all mine

    Oh oh oh Miss Grace
    Satin and perfume and lace
    The minute I saw your face
    I knew that I loved you

    Oh oh oh Miss Grace
    Satin and perfume and lace
    The minute I saw your face
    I knew that I loved you Writer/s: JOHANNA D HALL, JOHANNA HALL, JOHN HALL, JOHN J HALL
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Andy from West Midlands, UkI remember this from my youth, not sure if it was an actual Mondegreen or just us deliberately changing the words, probably the later, but I can remember singing along with "oo oo oo disgrace...."
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