"In These Shoes?" as written by Peter Wilfred Glenister, Kirsty Mccoll, William Correa and Melvin Clark Lastie....
I once met a man with a sense of adventure
He was dressed to thrill wherever he went
He said: Let's make love on a mountain top
Under the stars on a big hard rock
I said: In these shoes?
I don't think so
I said: Honey, let's do it here

So I'm siting at a bar in Guadalajara
In walks a guy with a faraway look in his eyes
He said: I've got a powerful horse outside
Climb on the back, I'll take you for a ride
I know a little place, we can get there for the break of day
I said: In these shoes?
No way, Jose
I said: Honey, let's stay right here

No le gusta caminar No puede montar a caballo
(I don't like to dance, I can't ride a horse)
Como se puede bailar? Es un escandolo
(How can I dance? It's a scandal)

Then I met an Englishman
Oh, he said
Won't you walk up and down my spine
It makes me feel strangely alive
I said: In these shoes?
I doubt you'd survive
I said: Honey, let's do it
Let's stay right here

No le gusta caminar No puede montar a caballo
(I don't like to dance, I can't ride a horse)
Como se puede bailar? Es un escandolo
(How can I dance? It's a scandal)


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"In These Shoes?" as written by Kirsty Mccoll Peter Wilfred Glenister

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    General CommentPure fun, I love it! :-D
    ~Lexi~on January 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love the line:
    "Won't you walk up and down my spine,
    It makes me feel strangely alive."
    I said "In these shoes?
    I doubt you'd survive."
    I said "Honey, let's do it.

    So naughty!
    Mimi64on December 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOh those sweet soppy Englishmen. Kirsty + shoes + national stereotypes = genius.
    whatischatterison July 05, 2008   Link
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    General CommentLove this song!!! it's hilarious and soo good.
    dorky_twilighteron March 27, 2009   Link
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    My OpinionAs a die hard punk Kirsty MacColl fan I love all her songs. Want to really go to Soho Square and see her bench. God bless her a life took so early. Rest in peace Kirsty. I love you forever as a fan. Xxx
    Pathologist Linnon June 18, 2014   Link

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