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Nicolette Larson

Well I'm the same old girl that I used to be
I haven't changed at all
Got the same old walk, the same old talk
That would run you up the wall
I got the same old face and the same old smile and
The same old baby blues
And I'm still doing the rhumba, baby
I'm still the girl for you

I'm still doing the rhumba baby
I can't seem to quit
If my mama catches us doing the rhumba
My mama would just pitch a fit
But I can't help myself, it's much bigger than me
If I were you, I would hang onto a rhumba girl like me

Well there's lots of girls on the floor tonight
With a lot slicker steps than me
The boogaloo, the funky broadway
Are such a pretty sight to see
My step might be old fashioned
But that's just fine with me
Cause I got a couple of rhumba steps
That I think you'd like to see

Darlin' now I'm still doing the rhumba baby
I can't seem to quit
If my mama catches us doing the rhumba
My Mama would just pitch a fit
But I can't help myself, it's much bigger than me
If I were you, I would hang onto a rhumba girl like me

Well I'm the same old girl that I used to be
I haven't changed at all
Got the same old walk, the same old talk
That would run you up the wall
I got the same old face and the same old smile and
The same old baby blues
And I'm still doing the rhumba, baby
I'm still the girl for you

I'm still doing the rhumba baby
I can't seem to quit
If my mama catches us doing the rhumba
My mama would just pitch a fit
But I can't help myself, it's much bigger than me
If I were you, I would hang onto a rhumba girl like me

Written by WINCHESTER, JESSE
Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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