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Lyrics Outta Sight Bananarama

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Bananarama


Good morning happy dreamer
And tell me how are you
Feet on the ground
Just called to say
?I?m in the mood?
(bridge 1)
My car?s parked out on the driveway
Are you free this afternoon
?Cos it?s in need of attention
So I?ll drop by would that be cool
(chorus)
The way that you do
What you want me to do
Makes me feel alright
The way that you drum me
The way that you bass me
It?s outta sight
Outta sight
Outta sight
I don?t believe in wasting
My time, so I?ll move fast
This dream machine
Was built to last
(bridge 2)
So cruise on down my main street
?Cos I got nothing to hide
And polish up your engine
We?re heading for overdrive
(chorus)
(bridge 1)
(chorus)
publishing : In A Bunch Music Ltd - Warner Chappell Music / EG Music / Big Life Music 1991

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Soon after their first release the girls in Bananarama would be signed to London Records. The new success would land them on the cover of London fashion magazines and attract the attention of Terry Hall, a former member of the Specials, who would later ask them to collaborate on a song with his band, Fun Boy Three. ...Read Bananarama Bio

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