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The blackout started,
Some bellydancers through the winding streets.
By candlelight some magic potion stirs our
Emotions giving us notions,
While other people stare and eat.

And I wrote this song for you, put it on loud now,
Put it on do, do what you do.
All our endeavours, we go to The Globe
And we go to the moon, all our adventures.

We’ve got the days, we’ve got the happiest days,
We’ve got a one way ticket and the radio playing,
The Three Supremes, another one for The Three Degrees,
We’ve got the days, we’ve got the happiest days,
If we could change a thing we’d do it all the same,

The Three Degrees.

Apple tea and Tarkin, dancing on tables, barefoot.
And I sing for a glass, a heart shaped glass.

And I wrote this song for you, so put it on loud now,
Put in on do, and do what you do.

We’ve got the days, we’ve got the happiest days,
We’ve got a one way ticket and the radio playing,
The Three Supremes, another one for The Three Degrees.
We’ve got the days, we’ve got the happiest days,
If we could change a thing we’d do it all the
same,
The Three Degrees.

A Summer’s Sunday night with Hogan’s flowers,
You get your car, we take it far, we find ourselves at The Strand

We’ve got the days, we’ve got the happiest days,
We’ve got a one way ticket and the radio playing,
The Three Supremes, another one for The Three Degrees.
We’ve got the days, we’ve got the happiest days,
If we could change a thing we’d do it all the same,
The Three Degrees.

And I wrote this song for you, put it on loud now,
Put it on Sue, do what you do Ay,
All our endeavours, we go The Globe
And we go to the moon, all our adventures.

We’ve got the days, we’ve got the happiest days,
We’ve got a one way ticket and the radio playing,
The Three Supremes, another one for The Three Degrees,
We’ve got the days, we’ve got the happiest days,
If we could change a thing we’d do it all the same,
The Three Degrees.
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