"Magic Stick" as written by and Christopher/jones Wallace....
It was early in the evening
About ten o`clock I think
When you said "Barkeep, get the lady a drink"
You sidled up beside me and said "That`s a nice dress
It would look great lying next to my bed!"
Then you handed me a quarter
You pointed to the phone
Said, "Call your boyfriend, tell him you ain`t coming home"
Then you felt it in your cheekbone
As it turned a pretty pink
Barkeep whispered, "Man, that`s gotta sting!"

No way I`m not falling, not falling for this
So put away, put away, put away your magic stick . . .

You could take me to Bermuda
You could take me skiing in the snow
You could take me any where I want to go
You could spend a lot of money
But I wouldn`t be impressed
And in the end you`d have to tell your friends I said

No way I`m not falling, not falling for this
So put away, put away, put away your magic stick

No way I`m not falling, not falling for this
So put away, put away, put away your magic stick

One day you might say that I`m special
And you`ve never felt this way before
You love the way my heel sounds when it hits the floor
You might tell me that you love me
But I`d know what that means
It means, "I`d love to see you out of those jeans"

No way I`m not falling, not falling for this
So put away, put away, put away your magic stick

No way I`m not falling, not falling for this
So put away, put away, put away your magic stick

I`m not falling, not falling
I`m not falling, not falling for this
I`m not falling, not falling
I`m not falling, not falling for this


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"Magic Stick" as written by Michael Clervoix Phillip Leroy Mitchell

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Roba Music, Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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