Tidig söndag morgon, bara tuppen var mer vaken än jag
där han satt på sitt torn och undra om allt var som det ska
Halmstads gator dom låg tomma bredvid
Jag hade ingenting att hämta mer
Jag måste hitta henne om hon finns och andas och är...

Jag vill ha den där flickan i en Cole Porter-sång
Bara känna den flickan i en Cole Porter-sång
Jag vill ha den där flickan i en Cole Porter-sång
- Doobie doobie dum dah, doobie doobie dum doh

Hjärnan satt mej i en Jumbo och jag landade på Kennedys mark
Ändra klockan, tog en taxi, fråga föraren om han visste var hon fanns
Han släppte av mej och sa: "Bara ta en promenad!"
Två röda läppar på 42nd Street sa: "Kom med mej, jag är den som du vill ha..."

Men jag vill ha den där flickan i en Cole Porter-sång
Bara känna den flickan i en Cole Porter-sång
Jag vill ha den där flickan i en Cole Porter-sång
- Doobie doobie dum dah, doobie doobie dum doh

Åker världen runt
Åker världen runt
Åååh jag älskar dej, jag älskar dej, jag älskar dej...

Kom tillbaka i november efter Rio, Rom och Rotterdam
Köper tidningar och ringer runt och läser små annonser när jag kan
Mina gator ligger kalla och grå
Det finns ingenting att tveka på
Jag måste hitta henne, henne han sjöng om i den filmen jag såg...

Jag vill ha den där flickan i en Cole Porter-sång
Bara känna den flickan i en Cole Porter-sång
Jag vill ha den där flickan i en Cole Porter-sång
- Doobie doobie dum dah, doobie doobie dum doh




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