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      Dire Straits

      Album: Brothers in Arms

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      Dire Straits - Your Latest Trick Música y Letra

      All the late night, bargains have been struck,
       Between the satin beaus and their bellies.
       And prehistoric garbage trucks,
       Have the city to themselves.
       
       Echoes roars dinosaurs,
       They're all doing the monster mash.
       Most of the taxis and most of the whores,
       Are only taking calls for cash.
       
       I don't know how it happened,
       It all took place so quick.
       But all I can do, is hand it to you,
       And your latest trick.
       
       My door was standing open,
       Security were laid back and lax.
       But it was only my heart got broken,
       You must have had a pass key made out of wax.
       
       You played robbery with insolence,
       And I played the blues in twelve bars down Lover's Lane.
       And you never did have the intelligence to use,
       The twelve keys hanging off a my chain.
       
       I don't know how it happened,
       It all took place so quick.
       But all I can do, is hand it to you,
       And your latest trick.
       
       Well, now it's past last call for alcohol,
       Past recall has been here and gone.
       The landlord he finally paid us all.
       The satin jazz men have put away their horns.
       
       And we're standing outside of this wonderland,
       Looking so bereaved and so bereft,
       Like a Bowery bum when he finally understands.
       The bottle's empty and there's nothing left.
       
       I don't know how it happened,
       It was faster than the eye could flick.
       But all I can do, is hand it to you,
       And your latest trick.

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