"Mademoiselle" as written by Dennis De Young and Tommy Shaw....
Tell me where are you going
Sweet Mademoiselle
To London or Paris
To the Grand Hotel

Where do you go
At the end of the day
Where do you go
When you spend time away

To islands in the tropic sands
Or pleasure trips to distant lands
You're searching for a dream
Well, maybe it's me

I tell you hello
And what do you say
As I stop you go
There's no reason to stay

It all began so harmlessly
You gave me love so easily
I never realized
You were just spending time

Tell me where are you going
Sweet Mademoiselle
To London or Paris
To the Grand Hotel

Even though you're far away
I think about you every day
And wonder if you're thinking of me
In a fond memory, oh

Sweet Mademoiselle
Sweet Mademoiselle
Sweet Mademoiselle
Sweet Mademoiselle

Tell me where are you going
Sweet Mademoiselle
To London or Paris
Ou Montreal

Sweet Mademoiselle
Sweet Mademoiselle
Sweet Mademoiselle


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"Mademoiselle" as written by Tommy Shaw Dennis De Young

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    General CommentI can't believe nobody's commented on this before me. It's one of Styx's best songs. I wish more people knew about it...
    Phoenix Ace94on October 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. What most people don't know is that it is taken from a song Tommy wrote with a band he played in for three years before joining Styx. The band was MS Funk; the original song was called "Bitter Suite." It is interesting to listen to MS Funk's music and see how much they influenced the Styx sound on the Crystal Ball album. Tommy was more of an influence on what developed as the Styx sound of the 70s than most people think.
    cassiemay10on June 18, 2011   Link

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