"Don Juan" as written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller....
The house we moved in
The house we grooved in
The way we waltzed around those marble floors
You sure did look deluxe in your white tie and tux
Up in that big white house that is no longer yours

Don Juan, your money's gone
And when your money's gone, Don, your baby's gone
Don Juan, your baby's gone
Stiff upper lip now, Don, you have to carry on

The yacht we sailed on
The yacht we wailed on
I gotta tell you, Don, I loved that yacht
You used to look so cute in your white sailor suit
Aboard that big white yacht that you no longer got

Don Juan, your money's gone
And when your money's gone, Don, your baby's gone
Don Juan, your baby's gone
Stiff upper lip now, Don, you have to carry on

Don Juan, when you had money
Don Juan, I was your honey
But, Don, it's gone
And so am I

The jet we cruised in
The jet we boozed in
That was the highest I have ever flown
And life was really sweet at forty thousand feet
Up in that big white jet that you no longer own

Don Juan, your money's gone
And when your money's gone, Don, your baby's gone
Don Juan, your baby's gone
Stiff upper lip now, Don, you have to carry on

Bye, Don

Bye, Don


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