Louly runs this old night place
Here, in deep east side
A dive well known as The Naughty Pussycat
I’m sure she’ll love your ways
But keep the manners on your post
This is not another place where to chew the fat

Ok then, turn up four nights a week
& Don’t meddle in the matters of the house,
Just make sure you smile when you get paid & run
I know sometimes it’s hard to carry out
But don’t you try no one
Cos’ all these champs come around just to have some fun

Oh, hung on kid, we’ve got clients coming in:

“Good evening Judge, how are your wife & kids?
Is there anything special I can offer you tonight?”
“oh! Thanks my dear Rob, you are always very kind
but with Donna & Molly’s charming beauty
I think I’ll be alright”

Of course you can spend your cash
In any club in town but this
But keep your ass out of this place
If you don’t want to sleep in jail
That fellow at the bar
He’s one of Louly’s favorite guest
& the only one in here that would pay all your bail

The other at his back, another usual haunting one
But I bet you a hundred bucks
You’ll never see him cross the door
From all the amusements we have in
We don’t offer up the kind of fun he’s looking for

Oops, hold on again, boy; we have more customers gaining on:

“Good evening pritch, you forgot your cassock here last week?
Is there anything we can offer you today?”
“Of course, my dear son….mmmh I think I’ll have the usual lot
Obviously I didn’t make the hole run up here just to pray”

Lyrics submitted by Asier

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