We Belong To The Night
by UFO

  • Ruby darling's got a crazy walk
    The boys love her with that dirty, dirty talk
    Singles bar with the broken light
    Easy touch, a lady of the night

    * ruby darling I need you
    Cross my heart and promise to be true

    ** and you tell me that you can't change
    Your life's been set, prearranged
    Hold on tight 'til the morning light "cause
    We belong to the night

    Well-known face in every door
    Street kids come and try to make a score
    Patrol car stopped talk for a while
    But they let you go with a warning and a smile

    * repeat
    ** repeat


    ** repeat

    Life goes on down the streets
    Contacts made where the gay boys come to meet
    Keep saying it's your last night
    Give up this life for me without a fight

    * repeat
    ** repeat twice
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Jim from Long Beach, CaI have always loved this song and Mechaniz x is a great disc...Long Live UFO!!!
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