"White Heat" as written by and John Waite....
She's just a working girl from Baltimore
She'll choose you
She's been there
She's been there and back again

It's in and out
It's up it's down
It's a mercenary
And you get what you need

When you walk on the streets of paradise
In vogue in the streets
Yeah yeah yeah

White heat
In fashion
She'll take you home
She'll take you where you want to get back to

You're sweet sixteen
But you'll be a man tonight
It's to the wall
It's to the floor

She's in a hurry
But you get what you pay for
When you live on the streets of paradise
In heat in vogue

Yeah yeah yeah
White heat in fashion
Hard cash

Wild passion
In heat
In vogue

In fashion
White heat
Cold passion
8th Avenue indecision

In heat on the street in fashion
In vogue in style
White heat cool looks hard cash
On the street

In vogue in style indiscretion
In trains in bars in heat
White heat
In vogue in fashion

Hard cash indiscrete wild passion
White heat in fashion
White heat in fashion
White heat in fashion

White heat indiscrete ignition

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"White Heat" as written by John Charles Waite


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