"Steve Miller's Midnite Tango" as written by and Ben Sidran....
You have a cup of coffee and another cigarette
You're waiting for your baby but she hasn't shown yet
And if she doesn't make it, well you've got no regrets
Because you can't win or lose if you ain't made no bets
And then she comes in walkin' lookin' fine as you please
You wanna stop and drop right down on your knees
And say baby
Whoa

You say you never worry cause you don't need a home
Don't need an address, don't need a phone
And you don't have to worry 'bout bein' alone
Cause you can make your music on a ten cent comb
And then she comes in walkin' lookin' fine as you please
You wanna stop and drop right down on you knees
And say baby
Whoa





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"Steve Miller's Midnight Tango" as written by Ben Sidran

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