In a field just south of London
On a summer Saturday
I was minding my own business
When the band began to play
And there in an atmosphere
of evaporating stress
I turned around to see
the girl in the yellow dress

She said her name was Rachel
She came from Liverpool
Said that she had lost her friends
And was feeling such a fool
She asked could she come stand by me
I said 'Be my guest'
That is how I got to meet
The girl in the yellow dress

Little dancer
you turn my head around

She said she could see nothing
She was only five foot two
But the people standing with me
They knew what to do
They sat her on my shoulders
Her thighs brushed my face
The music and her body
Took me away to another place

Little dancer
Your turning me on

At last the show was over
I walked her to the train
Took her to the station
Through the pouring rain
I gave her the train fare
She kissed me goodbye
The smile on the young girls face
Brought a tear to an old mans eye

Little dancer
We wish you good speed.


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