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​Last Tango in Beulah

This song is by Rare Bird and appears on the album Born Again (1974).

Someone told me if I stopped for a while
I would have a chance to make it
And seeing things I've never seen before
Ooh-oh it's just a dream now
Someone told me to get it on
I would have to change direction
But doing things I didn't wanna do
Ooh-oh I disagree now

I love the feeling that I'm getting right now
Follow the feeling
Down to Beulah just to work it all out
Loving the feeling, oh-ooh
Just the feeling

For a while I took to fooling myself
But it only led to sadness
Making out, I didn't really care
Oh but I do now
Now the times of change, it's over and well
I can feel a great sensation
Trying things I've never tried before
Oh and I'm-a free now

'Cause I'm-a loving the feeling
That I'm getting now
And I'll follow the feeling
That I'm getting right now, oh

Love the feeling that I'm getting right now
Follow the feeling
Down to Beulah just to work it all out
Loving the feeling

Love the feeling that I'm getting right now
Follow the feeling
Down to Beulah just to work it all out
Loving the feeling, oh

Love the feeling that I'm getting right now
Follow the feeling
Down to Beulah just to work it all out
Loving the feeling, oh

Love the feeling that I'm getting right now
Follow the feeling
I tried to stop because I'm trucking on out
Loving the feeling

Trucking on out, trucking on out
Trucking on out, trucking on out
Trucking on out, trucking on out
Trucking on out, trucking on out

Love the feeling that I'm getting right now
Follow the feeling
Throw your head right back and see on now
Loving the feeling

Love the feeling that I'm getting right now
Follow the feeling
Throw your head right back and see on now
Loving the feeling

Trucking on out, trucking on out
Trucking on out, trucking on out
Trucking on out, trucking on out
Trucking on out, trucking on out
Trucking on out, trucking on out
Trucking on out, trucking on out
Trucking on out, trucking on out

Written by:

Steve Gould, Dave Kaffinetti and Fred Kelly