"Pleasin' For Reason" as written by and Mcdougall Cummings....
Order some cash, we've got another tour to make
Workin' so hard, just to pass the time away
Connie my love, our movie was great and so was the taste
It was pleasin' for reason.

Tear me apart, like a river mad, polluted
Sad for a while, still it haunts and taunts me
My friend V.O. is keepin' me tight, and up every night
It is pleasin' for reason.

Should have stayed in bed this morning
Payin' much too bad
But when I think of you when I wake up
It makes me forget what I have to do,
Think I'll stay in bed this morning
Payin' much too bad
So I guess I'll dream about you baby
And forget about where I am
And forget about who I am
I'll forget about what I am

Hello L.A., I hope Miss Dee is waiting
Lonely for a while, but she'll be round by midnight
Pickin' me up, and telling me tales of magic
She is pleasin' for reason.

Try to remember just where you are
Try to remember just who you are
Try to remember just what you are


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"Pleasin' for Reason" as written by Don Mcdougall Burton Cummings

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