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from the albumA Working Title T – Special Edition by Shueh-li Ong
Deja Vu – Love Voodoo

A silly little love song; everyone should write one! The ethereal theremin, plucky guqin, exotic synth hooks & rustic tin-whistle lovingly sewn into a ballad that is sans time and demographic.

(Released as a single 23 May 2011)

 

Verse 1 : I used to bury my head in my pillow
And picture a face from the furrow.
Someone who’d share my idea of love, like in a fairytale.
I’m what you call a modern woman
I can run rings around some men.
Fairytales aren’t for the faint hearted
Don’t even try to get me started.

 

Chorus : But you’re solid as a rock
Deeper than the ocean, braver than the wind.
Solid as a rock.
You’re my deja vu
Who needs love voodoo.

 

Verse 2 : I need to get off this locomotion
Trust no one showing a predilection (to play with my heart).
When things unravel I pick me up
Put on a smile on my face.
I am what you call a cautious woman (I slow the pace)
If there is magic it won’t be broken (when we’re face to face).

Fairytales aren’t for the faint hearted
Don’t even try to get me started.