"Ladies' Nite In Buffalo?" as written by and David Lee/vai Roth....
Talk about the high cost of lovin'
I think I hear freedom drummin'
It seems
Give me your heart
And I'll give you the stars
"Yeah right", she says
"Maybe in your dreams"

[Pre-chorus]
Heat wave blast, kids are screamin'
Pavement's hot (and the) sidewalk's steamin'
Only me, happens every time
Thinkin' 'bout you and me
Hello - Goodbye

[Chorus]
You can jazz it up or play it slow
It's still the only song I know
It's 2 a.m. and traffic's slow
Another ladies's night in Buffalo

I was listenin' to the DJ sayin'
"Put the stone behind", he said
Then the words can blow better, better
I don't mind some stormy wheather
Tonight, no
I can feel it, the

[Pre-Chorus]

Put the top down, hit the road
I sing the only song we know
It's 2 a.m. the traffic's slow
It looks like ladie's night in Buffalo
Oh, baby

I got kinda sense of deja vu
I could swear I've seen you somewhere before
You don't think you've ever seen me somewhere before, do you, huh?
So it must have been two other people
I know, baby, I say, I didn't want to half drag you
It's too far to drive back, baby
I don't want to drive alone tonight

[Chorus]

Well it ain't much all right I know
But it's the only song I know
2 a.m. and the traffic's slow
Another ladie's night in Buffalo


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"Ladies Nite In Buffalo?" as written by Steve S. Vai David Lee Roth

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    My InterpretationIt's about a guy who feels he was lulled into marriage with the promise of the stars but feels like his partner let down their end of the bargain. He's got his kids in the background and responsibilities but despite how much trouble he could get into (heat/sidewalk steaming = too hot/risky to go wandering) he's reconsidering his relationship. He's been out on the prowl before and all the songs he listens to reinforce his wandering narrative.

    The guy ends up in a bar on ladies night where he trots out the same old cliche pick up lines at a lady/potential lover who like him is a frequent visitor to the bar and who is also in pursuit of a shallow hook-up.
    zidderson November 24, 2017   Link

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