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Peter Sarstedt - Take Off Your Clothes 1969 (Vintage Pop)

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Published on Mar 24, 2009

Peter Sarstedt first came to prominence in February 1969 with a Number 1 hit single Where do you go to, my lovely. He held that position for 6 weeks in Britain, reached No.1 in 14 other countries, and was awarded the highly coveted Ivor Novello Award for Best Song 1969/70 for his composition.

This song was the B side of the single As Though It Were A Movie.

Take off your clothes let me see what it is that you're hiding
And don't look so shocked you have nothing to fear from my eyes

My daddy is a priest you know
And I am not a beast you know
I just want to look
I just want to look

So take off your clothes and stand naked as nature intended
And I'll take off mine just to show you that I'm in good faith

My daddy is a priest you know
And I am not a beast you know
I just want to look
I just want to look

Well now you can see that it isn't as bad as all that
So lie on the bed and I'll talk of my unhappy childhood

My daddy is the pope you know
And I just want to grope you know
No, I just want to love
Yes I just want to love

Well it will not hurt you I promise you that cross my heart
The first time is always the best you can ask anybody, ask your mother

My daddy is a priest you know
And I am not a beast you know
I just want to feel
I just want to feel

Well how can you say that I brought you here just for one purpose
There's thousands of girls I could get if I just wanted that, yes there are

My daddy is a priest you know
And I am not a beast you know
I just want to love
I just want to love

Well how does it feel now that you are no longer a maiden
What do you mean you want more and you want it right now, oh my God

My daddy is a priest you know
And I am not a beast you know
I just want to sleep
I just want to sleep

Take off your clothes let me see what it is that you're hiding
And don't look so shocked you have nothing to fear from my eyes

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