"Marco Polo" as written by and Jane Siberry....
How did I ever get into this mess
I fell in the river and I wrecked my dress
I wanted to look good because he's coming tonight
And he's bringing me things that I like

Oh Marco, I'm shallow
But I don't want you to think
That you're buying my love
With these things

The last place you wrote from was Constantinople
I am not impressed Marco I've been around
Well, anyways I told our friends and we'll meet you at the warehouse
Down by the docks tonight

Oh Marco, I'm shallow
But I don't want you to think
That you're buying my love
With these frivolous things

But I'm dying for dresses
And I've run out of perfume
And I'm pining for a wine
That is halfway decent

Please don't think I'm forward but I made a reservation
At our favorite restaurant tonight for two
And if you need a place to stay I mean if all the hotels are full
Well, my room-mate is gone for the weekend

Oh Marco, I'm shallow
But I don't want you to think
That you're buying my love
With these frivolous things

But I'm dying for dresses
And I've run out of perfume
And I'm pining for a wine
That is halfway decent

Marco Polo is coming tonight
And he's bringing me things that I like
Things that I like
Things that I really, really like



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"Marco Polo" as written by Jane Siberry

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