"Huckleberry Grove" as written by Damon Minchella, Simon Fowler, Oscar Lloyd Harrison and Stephen Cradock....
Shirley was a lady whose teeth were made of gold
She danced before the music and everything it told

Huckleberry Grove
Where the music plays into tomorrow night
Huckleberry Grove
Only fools would need to argue or to fight

Shirley had eight children and each of them were told
You got joy for singing burning in your soul

Huckleberry Grove
Where the idiots can't ease you of your mind
Huckleberry Grove
Take a free train, leave your luggage far behind

Oh she sings shangri-la
Oh she sings shangri-la

Shirley was a lady who mostly stayed at home
But she went out dancing down Huckleberry Grove

Huckleberry Grove
Where the music plays into tomorrow night
Huckleberry Grove
You'll be groovin' on the best days of your life
Huckleberry Grove
Where the music's guaranteed to blow your mind
Huckleberry Grove
Leave your luggage, get a free train, get behind

Oh she sings shangri-la
Oh she sings shangri-la


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"Huckleberry Grove" as written by Oscar Lloyd Harrison Damon Minchella

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