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Love you with all my might
Though a million nights
Wouldn't be enough it's true
'Cause Juicy Luicy I'm so in love with you
It's the way you rock and roll
You're too too much
You're too too much
You're too too much
My Juicy Luicy Oh
Luicy kissed me and she said "Can't you?"
I said no but I was willing to
Love you with all my might
Though a million nights
Wouldn't be enough it's true
'Cause Juicy Luicy I'm so in love with you
Won't you let me get my boots on too
And we'll sail across the sky so blue
Look out sky, here we come My Juicy Luicy
My Juicy Luicy
My Juicy Luicy
'Cause I'm so in love with you
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Juicy Luicy Lyrics


My Juicy Luicy, you're so exciting
Eyes of blue and hair of lightning
You jet around in your chrome-atomic platform shoes
I'm so in love with you
My Juicy Luicy
My Juicy Luicy
You spend your evenings with Alexander
That fire-breathing salamander
Who sings the blues and plays electric guitar too
Luicy kissed me and she said "Can't you?"
I said no but I was willing to
Love you with all my might
Though a million nights
Wouldn't be enough it's true
'Cause Juicy Luicy I'm so in love with you
It's the way you rock and roll
You're too too much
You're too too much

You're too too much
My Juicy Luicy Oh
Luicy kissed me and she said "Can't you?"
I said no but I was willing to
Love you with all my might
Though a million nights
Wouldn't be enough it's true
'Cause Juicy Luicy I'm so in love with you
Won't you let me get my boots on too
And we'll sail across the sky so blue
Look out sky, here we come My Juicy Luicy
My Juicy Luicy
My Juicy Luicy
'Cause I'm so in love with you
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Klaatu was a Canadian progressive rock band formed in 1973 and disbanded in 1982. Members John Woloschuk, Dee Long and Terry Draper lived in Toronto. They released five studio albums, the most famous of which is the 1976 debut 3:47 EST (AKA Klaatu), which, due to a rumor started by a DJ, was believed by some to be a front for new work by The Beatles. The album's artwork contained no credits for the performers, and there were at times vocal similarities with Lennon and McCartney. That album's song "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft" became a hit when covered by Carpenters.

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