Gary Woods, song-writer

Gary Woods, song-writer

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Country - Contemporary | Venus Bay, Victoria, Australia
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Member Since: 2006
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Plays:

8

Song Description

The long First Fleet voyage stopped over at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where Joseph Hunt seduced Senorita Gabrielle, while his mates stole her bulk coffee supplies

Story Behind the Song

Part of the epic voyage down under

Lyrics

Sweet Senorita Gary Woods

Sweet senorita, sweet to kiss, please tell me now, tell me your name
I?ve kissed no sweeter sweet young miss, nor played more joyful game
I long to linger longer here, to taste your taste, your tastiest wares
But tell me first your pretty name: who is this girl who dares?
To kiss my lips, sweet senorita, with such a fierce desire
Caress my cheek, sweet senorita, turn smoke into fire
To hug me close, sweet senorita, set that fire aflame
To kiss, caress and hug me tight, yet never tell your name.
Sweet Rio temptress, sweet to kiss, now can you show, show me your town?
Of satin sheets, and pillow soft as feathered eiderdown
I glimpsed the rest on landing here, is there more I need to see
Or would you spare your love-nest, for a night of ecstasy?
I?m Gabrielle and you can tell: it?s easy Sir to see
Oh I can show you Rio, but I?d rather show you me!
Oh I can show you Rio De Janiero wall to wall
Or I can show you me Sir, not just part of me, but all!
So Gabrielle or Rio? Pretty beaches or my bed?
I hunger for your body like a tigress gone unfed
Oh I can show you Rio, Rio burns here in my heart
So come with me to Rio?see it all and then depart.
Yes Gabrielle, not Rio, no not beaches just your bed
I hunger for your body like a lion gone unfed
Yes you can show me Rio, where it burns here in your heart
So take me now to Rio: show it all, then I?ll depart!

Song Length
5:35
Genre
Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals
Mood
Delighted

Subject Matter
Joy

Language
English
Era
1700 - 1799

Lyric Credits Gary Woods
Music Credits Gary Woods
Producer Credits Ross Burton