Moore St. Girls Lyrics

I walk along the cobbled streets of Dublin in the rain
The Man selling papers, I ask him if he's heard her
Notorious are the stories, you have to meet the girls
If you ask a sailor, they're known around the world
You can meet them on the corner

They are the Moore Street girls
This is the street their world
Their seducing smiles are nothing you'll ever know
They will allure you, they'll put you in a trance
Before you know it you'll be tapping the street
Doin' an Irish dance, hey!

It's said they have the power to sell a map to a salmon
The tourist from the desert goes home with a bucket of
Sandymount sand
Fresh fruit and veggies smelly fish they have them all
Their sad and hardened faces still they smile and have
a ball
They'll make you buy your dog a dozen roses

Where have all the girls all gone?
We used to love them used to listen to their dirty
Dublin songs
Where have all the girls all gone?
They can be grumpy still we love them
Oh what a shame

I stopped and talked to Rosie, I asked her would she
sing me a song
She turned to me with angry eyes, I ask her Rosie what
is wrong?
The foreigners in the market, the vermin of the world
With all their ugly faces from lands you've never heard
Oh what a shame you'll never know them
Oh what a shame you'll never know them

Correct these lyrics

Watch Elders Moore St Girls video
Hottest Lyrics with Videos

check amazon for Moore St. Girls mp3 download
these lyrics are submitted by kaan

Record Label(s): 2004 PubTone Records
Official lyrics by

Rate Moore St. Girls by Elders (current rating: 10)
Meaning to "Moore St. Girls" song lyrics no entries yet
capthca required

Characters count
: min. 50 characters