"Requiem in Denim and Leopardskin" as written by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe....
I thought it was like a film
Reviewed but never seen
Where everybody played themselves
As a drama king or queen

The music was overwhelming
Glitter in and fiend
Some are chavy like a requiem
In Denim and Leopardskin

I visualise the flashbacks
School, home cross obsess
Heart is too much of everything
The cliches, the candles, the mess

Lucy and I never seen with David
Brian never talks
Help me in policks and sense in Arnold
Tell me all about Reddocks
Ozzy's last collection
Beavis closed himself
A little more rouge and powder cheeks
But the base is pay off

This is our last chance for goodbye
Let the music begin
Shining and souring like a requiem
In denim and leopardskin

In ended with a motorbike
A search for every dance
Pouring over our photographs
To make it all fake sense
Glomorous in it's own way
Shouting above the dead
Some are chavy like a requiem
In denim and leopardskin

Janice and Marlyn, Ronald Creepers
Malcom's around the block
Adam's in the jungle film
But Luc has let it walk
The Johnsons and the Jenkins
Hail by keeping smile
All you need to make it big
It takes some style

This is our last chance for goodbye
Let the music begin
Shining and souring like a requiem
In denim and leopardskin

This is our last chance for goodbye
Let the music begin
Shining and souring like a requiem
In denim and leopardskin

Requiem in denim and leopardskin

This is our last chance for goodbye
Let the music begin
Shining and souring like a requiem
In denim and leopardskin

This is our last chance for goodbye
Let the music begin
Shining and souring like a requiem
In denim and leopardskin


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"Requiem in Denim and Leopardskin" as written by Neil Tennant Chris Lowe

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