"Paradise Cafe" as written by and Sexton/krikorian....
Well now everything is rosy
And the money's so well spent
This kind of education
Is worth every cent
When your momma pays the tuition
And your daddy pays the rent
You could learn a lot in college
Although you never went
Now you ain't that funny
And you ain't that smart
But you become a model student
When you step up to the bar
They're drinking their life away
At the paradise café
Talking with nothing to say
At the paradise café
Daddy's money spends real good
And he's spent a lot today
At the paradise café
The neon pink flamingo
Shines down on one and all
Lights up the drunken schoolgirl
As she bounces of the wall
To the slurred shouts of college boys
Who'll soon be at the wheel
It's an awful lot to deal with
Just to get a decent meal
Now you ain't that funny
And you ain't that smart
But you become a model student
When you step up to the bar
They're drinking their life away
At the paradise café
Talking with nothing to say
At the paradise café
Daddy's money spends real good
And he's spent a lot today
At the paradise café


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"Paradise Café" as written by Steve Krikorian Charlie Sexton

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