"Gabrielle" as written by and John Davenport Eddie Cooley....
Let’s go into the old West End
Where we used to go when you were my girlfriend
Take a seven and breeze through the city
With you sitting there, looking so pretty
I’d take you where you could shake it down, now
To the rocking part of town


A shake it up
A shake it up
A shake it up
A shake it up
A shake it up Gab-Gab-Gab-Gabrielle
A shake it up Gab-Gab-Gab-Gabrielle
A shake it up Gab-Gab-Gab-Gabrielle
A shake it up Gab-Gab-Gab-Gabrielle


Let’s go into the old West End
Where we used to go when you were my girlfriend
Take a seven and breeze through the city
With you sitting there, looking so pretty
And though you’d never want to stay that way
I can still remember those crazy days
We’d dance all night and sleep all day
In the old West End everybody was dancing
Dancing


And though you’d never want to stay that way
I can still remember those crazy days
We’d dance all night and sleep all day
In the old West End everybody was dancing
Dancing


Do you remember? Ohhh
Do you remember? Ohhh
Do you remember? Ohhh
Do you remember? Ohhh


A shake it up
A shake it up
A shake it up
A shake it up
A shake it up Gab-Gab-Gab-Gabrielle
A shake it up Gab-Gab-Gab-Gabrielle
A shake it up Gab-Gab-Gab-Gabrielle
A shake it up Gab-Gab-Gab-Gabrielle
A shake it up (x 12)


Lyrics submitted by Mabbie79

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    General CommentI love this song.
    Since I got the CD 'Booze, Bops, Babes & Bovver' I have listened to it almost every day and think it will be one of my favorite albums forever.
    Mabbie79on January 22, 2009   Link

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