Treasure Island

Sunny Mittal


Fancy Dancy Joe, Oh My Bro


Fancy dancy joe, oh my bro,
don't say no common lets we go,
we will rock in the party and say yo yo,
we will do the hip hop and say ho ho.
Fancy dancy joe....

Don't worry about mother, i will ask her,
and i promise you, she wont say no,
now stop worrying tomorrows class,
i will tell you how to give a good show,
Fancy dancy joe....

Christy has already called me twice,
party will be starting in a minute or so,
close your box and put off your books,
its Saturday night and its time for show,
Fancy dancy joe....

Ok brother moe, ok brother moe,
its no longer a no, its yes from joe,
now common lets gets ready,
tie the shoe lases pick up our bikes
one two three and here we go,
Fancy dancy joe....

Submitted: Wednesday, April 04, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, April 04, 2012

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