"Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy" as written by and Freddie Mercury....
Flying My Guilt Over A Quilt
And sing you songs full of sad things
We can do the tango just for two
I can serenade and gently play
On your heart strings
Be your Valentino just for you

Ooh love, Ooh lover boy
What're doing tonight hey boy?
Set my alarm turn on my charm
That's because I'm a good old fashioned lover boy

Ooh let me feel you heartbeat
Ooh can you feel my love heat
Come on and sit on my hot seat of love
And tell me how do you feel right after all
I'd like for you and I to go romancing
Say the word your wish is my command

Ooh love Ooh lov-er boy
What're doing tonight hey boy?
Write my letter feel much better
I'll use my fancy patter on the telephone

When I'm not with you
Think of you always I miss you
(I miss those long hot summer nights)
When I'm not with you
Think of me always I love you love you
Hey boy where did you get it from?
Hey boy where did you go?
I learned my passion
In the good old fashioned school of lover boys


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"Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy" as written by Freddie Mercury

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