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(@maxwell)
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Deja Voo-doo
Copyright©2004 Martin Hillman

I heard a song inside my head
And it was
Hauntingly familiar
Though I knew I'd never heard that song before
I saw a smile within my eyes
And it was
Hauntingly familiar
Though I knew I'd never seen that smile before

Chorus:
I held your body close to mine
and it was
hauntingly familiar
and now I gotta have more and more and more and more and more
Don't ever break this spell whatever you do
I'm just your little wax doll with a needle through my heart
Don't ever set me free from this your
Deja voo-doo
I'm so in love with you in this your
Deja voo-doo

I heard you whisper in my ear
And it was
Hauntingly familiar
Though I knew I'd never heard your voice before
I touched your fingers to my lips
And they were
Hauntingly familiar
Though I knew I'd never felt their touch before

Chorus:
I held your body close to mine
and it was
hauntingly familiar
and now I gotta have more and more and more and more and more
Don't ever break this spell whatever you do
I'm just your little wax doll with your needle through my heart
Don't ever set me free from this your
Deja voo-doo
I'm so in love with you in this your
Deja voo-doo

He not busy being born is busy dying. - Bob Dylan (It's Alright Ma, I'm Only Bleeding)


   
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(@anonymous)
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good song. your quote is dylan.


   
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(@maxwell)
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Correct you are about the quote. Dylan wrote it, McGuin performed it for the soundtrack of Easy Rider. Dylan is not given credit on the soundtrack CD. Apologies to Bob Dylan. Of course, it is possible that Dylan found the quote in some Japanese magazine....

He not busy being born is busy dying. - Bob Dylan (It's Alright Ma, I'm Only Bleeding)


   
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(@alterego)
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Correct you are about the quote. Dylan wrote it, McGuin performed it for the soundtrack of Easy Rider. Dylan is not given credit on the soundtrack CD. Apologies to Bob Dylan. Of course, it is possible that Dylan found the quote in some Japanese magazine....
:lol:
your song's hauntingly familiar...heh heh. juz kidding. good work. but the meter troubles me sometimes...

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