Janet said she wants to sing Rock and Roll
Instead she started singing soul at the age of 19
Fans are few and far between
Shady-eyed fellows promised pretty things
When they heard she could sing

Hey, hey, hey, hey
Da, da, da, da, day
Da, da, da, da, day
Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey

Hey, hey, hey, hey
Da, do, day
Da, da, da, da, day
Hey, hey, hey, hey

Catch a dollar bill to make the odds seems real
Trying to bend a note before he grabbed a feel
Proving time can stand still
Dirty van and bumpy road
Meeting friendly characters to share the load
And the days take their toll

Hey, hey, hey, hey
Da, do, day
Da, da, da, da, day
Hey, hey, hey, hey

Hey, hey, hey, hey
Da, do, day
Da, da, da, da, day
Hey, hey, hey, hey

Remember when we used to scrub filthy floors
Recollect serving coffee to connoisseurs
Realise every step opened a door
Accolades, lemonade, watching people come
And speculate what a life she has made

Hey, hey, hey, hey
Da, do, day, hey
Da, da, da, da, day, yay, da, day, da, day

Hey, hey, hey, hey
Da, do, day, hey
Da, da, da, da, day, hey, hey




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