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Wasn’t in when you called
Been so long since I heard from you
Played the message you left
Sat and thought about what to do


and all the good times we shared
Why did they fade away?
Babe, you hurt me so much
What have you got to say?

You called me baby
What d’you want from me, baby, now?
You called me baby
What d’you want from me, baby, now?

Just the sound of your voice
seemed to bring it all back to me
All those days in the sun
The memory of what we could be
We’ve both made stupid mistakes
spoken words we regret
A call is all that it takes
I hope you’ll never forget

You called me baby
What d’you want from me, baby, now?
You called me baby
What d’you want from me, baby, now?

Tell me what it all about
Why you called me then
Do you want to make up
and wake up with me again?

There’s a place and a time
Summer comes
and you need someone
The way I’m feeling right now
I can’t wait for that summer sun
Now you’ve broken the ice
Take me to paradise

You called me baby
What d’you want from me, baby, now?
You called me baby
What d’you want from me, baby, now?
A little black dress

What do you wear
when you need to impress?
Just slip into high heels
and a brand new little black dress
You’re such a success
wearing a little black dress
and out to impress
wearing a little black dress

Love is a vampire
Stalking the city at night
in a chic uniform
short, black and tight
You’re flushed with success
wearing a little black dress
and dressed to impress
wearing a little black dress

Look at you
Are you lonely?
Is TV how your night ends?
You need some smarter friends

Pessimism
is another word for depressed
for which post-feminism
prescribes you a little black dress
You’re such a princess
wearing a little black dress
So chic! Such finesse!
wearing a little black dress
You’re naked unless
You’re wearing a little black dress
and flushed with success
wearing a little black dress


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