"Pasodobles" as written by Mark Hudson, Richard Starkey, Gary Burr, Steve Dudas and Dean Grakal....
When I was walking down the street in Spain
I met a girl who would not say her name
But all was not lost to circumstance
Later on she taught me how to dance
Her pasodobles
I love where I am today
Strangers in perfect motion
Down by the Spanish ocean
El pasodobles

Lights were shining low ? the music loud
We danced so close and slow ? we drew a cry
We were two together like candle's bind
We became one and that's how I learnt
Her pasodobles
I love where I am today
Strangers in perfect motion
Down by the Spanish ocean
El pasodobles

In the drift she said we did
But of course you know we didn't
She had dress she said
That I tried too far
But she always kept them hidden

At the Bay of Biscay I had no regrets
And as I sailed away I could not forget
The pasodobles
I love where we are today
Strangers in perfect motion
Down by the Spanish ocean
The pasodobles


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"Pasodobles" as written by Steve Dudas Gary Burr

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