"Trouble" as written by Alex James Smith, Tony Fennell and Fabio Lendrum....
A ship comes in from Africa
Carrying forbidden cargo
Goin' bring somebody lots a trouble
There's a family out in Ohio

Goin' step on it and make it grow
Goin' fool some people at the double
Let it all go round
And it all comes down

A captain down in Florida
Knows a man back in Chicago
Every deal you know he's makin money
Rico comes from Texas way

With a senorita from El Paso
Glad he's found the land of milk and honey
Let it all go round
And it all comes down

'G' Man down in Panama
Cuts a trail to Barcelona
Dip-lo-matic bag will be no hassle
Sails into the big T.O.

Through' the pipeline to Alaska
She's the one in town with something special
Maybe you maybe me maybe them
Look at you look at me look at them

Cut it out
You don't need it anyway
Sees its face in Tennessee
Knows a place in Casablanca

Detroit City never was a stranger
On the streets of Amsterdam
London town and all around us
Everywhere we look we see the danger

Let it all go round
And it all comes down


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"Trouble" as written by Natalia Noemi Cappuccini Jeffrey Bhasker

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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