Take the high heels off (Desce do salto)

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Take the high heels off

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Take the high heels off, this way at least I can see you
You always turn up your nose at me, it is hard to get you this way
Your house is too high to play a serenade for you
I was born to win in life, so don't tease me
 
The most funny thing is that I know if I catch up with you
You will not leave me alone anymore
So, don't play hard to get on
Come on give yourself, I'm gonna make you happy
 
If I catch up with you I know you're gonna call me, even at dawn
I'll put you where you belong to, you're screwed
 
Take the high heels off, this way at least I can see you
You always turn up your nose at me, it is hard to get you this way
Your house is too high to play a serenade for you
I was born to win in life, so don't tease me
 
The most funny thing is that I know if I catch up with you
You will not leave me alone anymore
So, don't play hard to get on
Come on and give yourself, I'm gonna make you happy
 
If I catch up with you I know you're gonna call me, even at dawn
I'll put you where you belong to, you're screwed
 
Von dowlenon1 am Mi, 06/06/2012 - 16:36 eingetragen
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dowlenon1     Juni 6th, 2012

Who likes this song and find some typo or error, please tell me through the comments that I will be glad to be able to fix the translation. Smile

evfokas     Juni 6th, 2012

Thank you for a nice song. My suggestions
(1) "catch up with" instead of "catch" since it implies unfinished business and rings better to my ears
(2) "tease" or "play hard on" or "play hard to get on" instead of "bother" which has a negative meaning

dowlenon1     Juni 6th, 2012

Hello Evfokas,

Thank you very much for helping me out to fix these little mistakes, it really helped me a lot with my English Learning Smile Feel free to comment something else if you wish, Smile

Have a good day/night!

evfokas     Juni 7th, 2012

You're welcome