"Nice 'n' Sleazy" as written by Hugh Alan Cornwell, David Greenfield, Brian John Duffy and Jean Jacques Burnel....
We came across the west sea
We didn't have much idea of the kind of climate waiting
We used our hands for guidance like the children of a preacher
Like a dry tree seeking water or a daughter
Nice 'n' sleazy, nice 'n' sleazy does it

Nice 'n' sleazy, nice 'n' sleazy does it, does it, does it every time
Nice 'n' sleazy, nice 'n' sleazy does it, does it, does it every time
Nice 'n' sleazy does it

An angel came from outside
Had no halo, had no father, with a coat of many colours
He spoke of brothers many, wine and women, song a plenty
He began to write a chapter in history
Nice 'n' sleazy, nice 'n' sleazy does it

Nice 'n' sleazy, nice 'n' sleazy does it, does it, does it every time
Nice 'n' sleazy, nice 'n' sleazy does it, does it, does it every time
Nice 'n' sleazy does it
Nice 'n' sleazy does it
Nice 'n' sleazy does it
Does it every time


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"Nice 'N' Sleazy" as written by David Greenfield Brian John Duffy

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