"Had Me a Real Good Time" as written by Rod Stewart, Ronald Lane and Ronald David Wood....
Thought I was lookin' good
So I cycled 'cross the neighborhood
Was invited by a skinny girl
Into her high class-world

Left my bicycle under the stairs
Laid my coat across the kosher chairs
Made my way across the crowded room
I had nothing to lose

My reception wasn't very keen
So turning on a friendly grin
Stood on the table with my glass of gin
And came straight to the point

I was glad to come
I'll be sad to go
So while I'm here I'll have me a real good time

I was glad to come
I'll be sad to go
So while I'm here I'll have me a real good time, oh no

Dancin' madly 'round the room, yeah
Singing loudly and sorta' out of tune
Was escorted by a friendly slag
'Round the bedroom out back

Wandered c-c-cross the door
Missed my step and I fell on the floor
Said one word and was asked to leave
Kinda' wish I was dead

I was glad to come
And I'll be so sad to leave
But while I was here I had me a real good time, ooh

The skinny girl made it clear
That she only came here for the beer
That's a fact, oh, yeah
The vicar he simply reeked of gin, good God

On my way home, I happened to fall off my bicycle, good party
Ooh-hoo, ha-ha, yeah

I was glad to come, but I was also glad to get home, yeah
Ooh-hoo
Hoo, get in there
Ooh, yeah


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"Had Me a Real Good Time" as written by Rod Stewart Ronald Lane

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