"Paris Smith" as written by and Paddy Mcaloon....
Little Paris Smith.
Lovely name for a girl is Paris Smith.
Baby, Paris Smith.

Don't repeat my mistakes, Paris Smith.
Paris, any music worth its salt is good for dancing.
Paris, but I tried to be the Fred Astaire of words.
Paris, you heard.

Little Paris Smith, one day you'll have a job.
Yes, Paris Smith.
Baby, Paris Smith, don't you grow up a snob.
No, Paris Smith.

Paris, there are benefits to syncopated motion.
Paris, which no high falutin' double talk can show, Paris.
Paris, any music worth its salt is good for dancing.
Paris, but I tried to be the Fred Astaire of words.
Paris, you heard.


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"Paris Smith" as written by Paddy Mcaloon

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