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Well, now everyone says you've got a heart of gold
Uh, yeah it's one of those things being brought and sold
Now it's back on the market I've been told
Hoodoo, youWell I rue the day I ever saw your face
(Thank you God for the day I saw his face)
Even more the day I opened up my place
You can go and park your car in spaceHoodoo you
Hoodoo
Who do?
Who do you Hoodoo too?Save it for your mother, save it for the judge
Save it for your brother who can never ever get enough
Share it with your neighbors, share it with your friends
Hand it out if you're ever in doubt but here is where your credit endsWho do?
Who do you Hoodoo too?Well now look at all the candles on your wall
Set a little flame to one and all
Burn them out it's fine to fall
Hoodoo, youAnd now don't I just know what you're coming for
(The sweetest thing without a doubt)
Ain't just for banging on my door
(She don't know what its all about)
Well I ain't hungry anymoreHoodoo you
Hoodoo
Who do?
Who do you Hoodoo too?Save it for your mother, save it for the judge
Save it for your brother who can never ever get enough
Share it with your neighbors, share it with your friends
Hand it out if you're ever in doubt but here is where your credit endsWho do?
Who do you Hoodoo too? ml

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Alison Moyet (born Geneviève Alison Jane Moyet on 18 June 1961 - Billericay, Essex, England), is an English pop singer-songwriter noted for her bluesy voice. Moyet was born to a French father and English mother. She grew up in Basildon, where she attended school. After leaving school at 16, she worked as a shop worker and a piano tuner. She was involved in a number of punk rock, pub rock and blues bands in the South East Essex area during the late 1970s and early 1980s, including The Vandals and the Screamin' Ab Dabs, The Vicars, The Vandals (UK 1978) and The Little Roosters.

Read more about Alison Moyet on Last.fm.


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