Spanish Moon [Little Feat]

Spanish Moon [Little Feat] Lyrics Meanings
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Spanish Moon [Little Feat] Lyrics

Well the night that was high, we got into town
Was the night that the rain, it froze on the ground
Down the street I heard such a sorrowful tune
Comin' from the place they call the Spanish Moon

Well I stepped inside, and stood by the door
While a dark-eyed girl sang, and played the guitar
Hookers, and hustlers, filled up the room
I heard about this place they call the Spanish Moon

One false step, you get done in
It's a cold situation
If that - that don't - kill you soon
The women will down at the Spanish Moon

I pawned my watch, and I sold my ring
Just to hear that girl singing, (hear that girl sing)
Don't take long, to wake up ruined
The women will down at the Spanish Moon

Writer(s): STEVEN KRIKORIAN, CHARLIE SEXTON, DOYLE BRAMHALL, CHRIS LAYTON, TOMMY SHANNON
Copyright(s): Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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