"Believe Me Natalie" as written by Brandon Flowers, Dave Brent Keuning, Mark August Stoermer and Ronnie Jr. Vannucci....
Believe me, Natalie
Listen Natalie
This is your last chance to find
A go-go dance to disco now
Please believe me, Natalie
Listen Natalie
This is your last chance to find
A go-go dance to disco now

Forget what they said in Soho
Leave the oh-no's out
And believe me, Natalie
Listen Natalie
This is your last chance

There is an old cliche
Under your Monet painting
Remember the arch of roses
Right above your couch
Forget what they said in Soho
Leave the oh-no's out
Yes, there is an old cliche
Under your Monet painting
You left the station now to the floor
With speculation, what was it for?
In that old hallway
Moses, why don't you say
You've been away for a long time

Believe me, Natalie
This is your last chance
To find a go-go
Forget what they said in Soho
And walk away
If my dreams for us can't get you through
Just one more day
It's alright by me

God help me somehow
There's no time for survival left
The time is now...
Cause this might be your last chance
To disco, oh-oh


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"Believe Me Natalie" as written by Dave Brent Keuning Brandon Flowers

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    General CommentWhy is it so terrible that the song is about a woman with AIDS? Thats life, you know. If it is infact about AIDS, instead of being unhappy about it, why dont you look at it as a song that is encouraging someone to use their time wisely and not let things slip away from them? Because that basically is what it is.
    nekoinkimonoon July 05, 2005   Link

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