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In ya high heels
Ya sure do heal
In a black silk tie
I just gotta untie
Gonna do ya like a choir
All night long, all night long

Ya make me climb
Ya make me rhyme
Ya make me roar
Got a whole lot more
Gonna do ya like a choir
All night long, all night long

Ya got me good
Ya know ya would
Ya got me racy
Ya got me crazy
Gonna do ya like a choir
All night long, all night long

Ya got me moanin’
Ya got me groanin’
Ya got my heart
Ya got every part
Gonna do ya like a choir
All night long, all night long

Ya make me yours
Ya make me soar
Ya do me right
Ya do me so tight
Gonna do ya like a choir
All night long, all night long

Ya got the wood
Ya know you could
Ya got me floored
Ya got me real hard
Gonna do ya like a choir
All night long, all night long

Do ya oh yeah do ya
All bare back and raw
Gonna do ya like a choir
All night long, all night long
All night long, all night long
All night long, all night long


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The following comments are for "ALL NIGHT LONG"
by MTMarshall

Ya got me crazy
Oh, my...

Reading this I was trying to compose music in my head but I couldn't quite pinpoint the genre. Has some punk elements to it. But then it also hints at rap/rock mutation - or Nu Metal, if you will. Regardless, it is bone(r) popping fun...

( Posted by: toscano [Member] On: May 21, 2012 )

High Heeled Cowboy Boots





It's the Ya's and Gonna's I have labeled it "American" and unless Obama has now convinced the General Public it's OK for Cowboys to wear stilettos (unlike Italians who would conceal them?)I reckon it's about a Cowpuncher who got lucky.

However wood(ies) in my younger days were a cheapish Woodbine cigarette to go with the waist high girl with the flat head to rest the pint on.

I hope this is relatively common bar room Jargon because when she wakes up in the morning and cant budge the fella.....

( Posted by: Fairplay [Member] On: May 21, 2012 )

All Night Long
Glad yo both had fun withthe piece... have to say Obana has ZERO to do with this piece in any form. lool..... The entire piece is sexual in nature simple as that. “Ya” and “gonna” = vernacular The piece is supposed to be fun, a bit edgy and let’s just say some good old dirty old school rock. Punk/rock alternative is cool is how I heard it but I am not the one who writes the music.... As far as heels go think more in terms of Stiletto than boots but it can go anyway it works for you .. … Now as for the “wood” well that is slang; think woody alright and not a car or smoke etc… = is regarding well I think the word "boner" is much closer to what this is alluding to here than anything else.. There was no cowboy in mind when I wrote this .. The reference made to "bare back and raw" has nothing to do with cowboys... LMFAO..... Again, this is slang with regards to let’s just say they are not playing it safe here....lol..

( Posted by: MTMarshall [Member] On: May 21, 2012 )

Correct
Yes


Thats right It was fun deciphering it and I was taking it easy as in I tried to tie it down as a Gal talking to a Guy.....

So the high heels I tried to convince myself were boots

Head of course works both ways

I kept off the religious link

"Gonna do ya like a choir" or I will have the Catholic Church chasing me.....

I would like to see the resident siren comment here..... where are you Nae? haha

( Posted by: Fairplay [Member] On: May 21, 2012 )





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