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​Steamin' Along

This song is by David Byron and appears on the album Take No Prisoners (1975).

Sing me a song about love and affection while I'm driving alone in my car
Sing me a song about a cool reception when you think you're being bizarre

Just keep on going till the end of the day
And work yourself up until the sweat is running down your face

The feelin' of it all is there to be found
So while you're all sittin' around
We're just steamin' along, steamin' along

It's just across town to a knee high dive
Where everybody's jumpin' about
The temperature gets to about one O'five
But nobody's trying to get out

The guitar's blazing like a bolt from the sky
And everybody looks like they're kinda naturally high

So come on in if you feel in the mood
But let's make it understood
We're just steamin' along, steamin' along

It's just across town to a knee high dive
Where everybody's jumpin' about
The temperature gets well that's one O'five
But nobody's trying to get out

The guitar's blazing like a bolt from the sky
And everybody looks like they're kinda, kinda, kinda naturally high

So come on in if you feel in the mood
But let's make it understood
We're just steamin' along, steamin' along

I'll just steamin' along, steamin' along
Steamin' along, steamin' along

Steamin'...

Written by:

David Byron/Denny Ball/Mick Box/Pete Thompson/Lou Stonebridge