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Hideaway

This song is by Roger Chapman and appears on the album Hybrid And Lowdown (1990).

Ah, sweet thing
Well I can whisper you sweet things
But can I tempt you to go, out into the night
Leave the flashing lights for a softer glow, for a softer glow
I got a yen for some sweet life, holding hands, dancing slow
I got a burning taste for your sweetest place
To the sound of soul to the sound of soul
Yeah this neon's too bright, the music's too tight
Let me take you somewhere a little more down-home
Where we can, hide-away - hide-away
I've got somewhere we can run to, warm and it's safe
So let's get out of this place now honey, come on now honey
Yeah

Now we can ride on a street-car, maybe take us a stroll
Slip away from this crowd to somewhere I've found
Where the music rolls - let the music roll
Yeah there's no doubt about, this place is too crowded
Let me take you somewhere a little more down-home
Where we can, hide-away - hide-away
I got somewhere to run to, somewhere to play
So let's get out of this place now honey, come on now honey,
And we can, hide-away - hide-away
I got somewhere to run to, warm and its safe
So let's get out of this place now honey, yeah well now
Honey, well the name of the place, now yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
The name of the place is 'I like it like that', yeah

Now I can sing you a sweet song, I can teach you to dance
I can lullaby you, tenderise you, given half the chance
Give me half a chance
Ok, but this neon's too bright and this music's too tight
Let me take you somewhere a little more down-home
Where we can, hide-away - hide-away
I've got somewhere to run to, warm and it's safe
Let's get out of this place now honey, come on babe
Yeah, yeah, yeah, now we can hide-away - hide-away
I got somewhere to run to, somewhere to play
Let's get out of this place now

Written by:

Chapman-Simpson

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