"Private Audition" as written by Ann Wilson, Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson and Susan Ennis....
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Got an appointment to keep for seven nights I couldn't sleep
I'm in a state of disbelief it's my big chance on magic street
I followed this fashion doll down the famous hall
"Ginger won't be long at all", she said, "Take a number, you'll be called"

I said, "I'm gonna show him what I can do
Now it's just between us two"
In the grand tradition, private audition
I said, "I'm gonna show him what I can do
And now it's just between us two"
In the grand tradition, private audition, yeah

Wish I knew then, what I know now

I don't know what I did wrong I thought I really laid it on
But when he called out for some more, I gave him my standard encore
I gave him the Swanee River the good ship Rockin' Rye
The Stars and Stripes Forever and the good old pal of mine
But that ain't what he was on about, he was casting for his couch

He said, "Come baby, show me what you can do
And now it's just between us two"
In the grand tradition, private audition
You said, "Baby, baby, show me what you can do
And now it's just between us two"
It's a grand tradition, private audition, yeah



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"Private Audition" as written by Nancy Lamoureaux Wilson Ann Wilson

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