"Torero" as written by and Ellis Ludwig-leone....
I'm dancing for your pleasure
I'm falling for your pain
I fight for your attention
Each night until you're sane

I used to be your lover
Took all my meals to bed
I used to have a mother

But I'm young, young, young
Yeah, I'm young, young, young

I used to go to movies
In cars with all my friends
They'd always pick me up
And drop me at the ends

I died for your affection
Condemned for all your sins
I haven't got religion

But I'm young, young, young
Yeah, I'm young, young, young

And under the bright lights
I hear them call my name, again
I'm going over
Take me to San Fermin

(I can’t fall asleep in your arms
No I can’t fall asleep in your arms)

I used to write revisions
Got wasted when I cried
I played the church piano
When my father's sister died

I used to be a lover
Took all my meals to bed
I used to have a mother

But I'm young, young, young

But under the bright lights
I hear them call my name, again
I'm going over
‘Cause under the bright lights
Under the bright lights
‘Cause under the bright lights
I hear them call my name
(Can’t fall asleep in your arms)
Please take me to San Fermin
(No I can’t fall asleep in your arms)


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