"Six Lessons From Madame Lazonga" as written by James V. Monaco and Charles Newman....
Six lessons from Madame La Zonga
You do the Rumba and the new La Conga
Six lessons in Madame's cabana
And you will imagine you're down in Havana

Her four Latin daughters will help you to start
While finding the rhythm you might lose your heart

Six lessons from Madame La Zonga
And you'll develop your hip and your knee
And say, by the way, if you're sure it's okay
If Madame likes you, the lessons are free

Rosita gives you lesson one,
Chiquita gives you lesson two
Madame gives you all the rest
And her methods are the best

The Madame shows you how to walk
The Madame marks it with her chalk
When the Madame starts to squawk
That's her Cuban double talk

Six lessons from Madame La Zonga
And you'll develop your hip and your knee
And say, by the way, if your sure it's OK
If Madame likes you, the lessons are free
If Madame likes you, the lessons are free!


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"Six Lessons from Madame la Zonga" as written by James V. Monaco Charles Newman

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