Ballroom dancing

Paul McCartney

Well, I used to smile when I was a pup,
sailing down the Nile in a china cup,

With the recipe for a lovely day
sticking out of my back pocket.

But it wasn't always such a pretty sight,
we used to fight like cats and dogs
till we made it up in the ballroom.

Ballroom dancing made a man of me.
One, two, three, four,

I just plain adore your
ballroom dancing, seen it on TV.

I got what I got from ballroom dancing,
big B.D.

Well, I used to fly when I was a kid,
and I didn't cry if it hurt a bit,

On a carpet ride to a foreign land
at the time of Davy Crockett.

But it wasn't always such a pretty sight,
'cause we used to fight like cats and dogs
till we made it up in the ballroom.

Ballroom dancing made a man of me.
One, two, three, four,

I just plain adore your
ballroom dancing, seen it on TV.

I got quite a lot from ballroom dancing,
big B.D.
Well, the kids have flown to a better life,
now the boy's a man and the girl's his wife,

And the summertime never seems to last
when you're riding on a rocket.

But it wasn't always such a pretty sight,
we used to fight like cats and dogs
till we made it up in the ballroom.

Ballroom dancing made a man of me.
One, and a two, and a three, and four,

I just plain adore your
ballroom dancing, seen it on TV.

I got quite a lot from ballroom dancing,
big B.D.
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