"Satin Sheets" as written by and John Edward Volinkaty....
I wish I was a millionaire
Play rock music and grow long hair
Tell your boys
Bout a new Rolls-Royce

Pretty women callin me
Give em all the third degree
Give em satin sheets
To keep em off the streets

Hallelujah let me sock it to ya
Praise the Lord, and pass the mescaline
Trade your whole world
You'll come over
As soon as you see me boogie-woogie cross the silver screen

Hang em high, hang em low
Put em in the ceilings wherever I go
And they'd swing all night
In the rafter light

Hallelujah, what's it to ya
Got your coffee, me, I got my Spanish tea
Trade your whole world
You'll come over
As soon as you hear me playing my calliope

I wish I was a millionaire
Play rock music and grow long hair
Tell your boys
Bout a new Rolls-Royce


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"Satin Sheets" as written by John Edward Volinkaty

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