Since I arrived at DeGaulle,
I've been having a ball.
They like to rock and roll all night
Round Paris way.

I traded in all my pounds
I been making the rounds
Just trying to spread it around
In the fairest way.

All you lovely girls,
Can't you see I'm making eyes?
And don't you recognize
An American Romeo?

I spent some time down in Crete
Stumbling down the street.
"Three winds to the sheet,"
As I like to say.

I met some girls on the beach.
I gave a dollar to each.
They said something in Greek,
So I walked away.

But all you lovely girls
Can't you see I'm making eyes?
And don't you recognize
An American Romeo?

And don't you recognize
An American Romeo?

Well say it's so,
But say it slow.

Why can't you say;
Why can't you say it?
Why can't you say so
that I'll understand?

Why can't you say;
Why can't you say it?
Why can't you say so
that I'll understand?

Don't you recognize an American....
Don't you recognize an American...
Don't you recogize
An American Romeo?

Ah, Quel bons temps....
Zut, alors...
Puis ...avec lui sans l'air? Oh, Non?



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American Romeo song meanings
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