"Spirits of Ancient Egypt" as written by and Paul Mccartney Linda Mccartney....
You're my baby and I love you
You can take a pound of love
And cook it in the stew

When you've finished doing that
I know what you'll want to do
You're my baby and I love you

I'm your baby, do you love me?
I can drive a Cadillac
Across the Irish sea

When I've finished doing that
I know where I want to be
'cause I'm your baby and you love me

Spirits of ancient Egypt
Shadows of ancient Rome
Spirits of ancient Egypt

Hung on the telly
Hung on the telly
Hung on the telephone

You're my baby, I know you know
You could sell an elevator to Geronimo
And when you've finished doing that
I know where you'll want to go
'cause you're my baby, I know you know

Spirits of ancient Egypt
Echoes of sunken Spain
Spirits of ancient Egypt

Hung on the phone, a
Hung on the phone, a
Hung on the phone again



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"Spirits of Ancient Egypt" as written by Paul Mccartney Linda Mccartney

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