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IN A MAGAZINE
911


[Featuring Queen Pen]


Intro/Chorus: 911


The girl was lookin good


Like a lady should


I remember where I saw her


I saw her in the magazine


Her body's tight, her fingers right


Reminds me of a girl from around the way


Ooooh oooh, I saw her in a magazine


Verse 1: Queen Pen, 911


Uhh, I heard you been lookin for me


Diggin me down, giving me nothin but peach


Ha please, you know where to find me when you need me


Queen P, got you charmed out like them trees


or Lexus, heck a car load full of G's


Impress thee, wit the realism technique


Automatically, pulled you right into my lead


Feel me, as you indulge in your magazine


I couldn't believe my eyes


When I opened up that magazine


It was the finest girl I ever seen


I think I knew her face


I saw her hangin out around the way


Watchin all the players play, whoaaa


Her smile sets off this glow


and when she walks, it's such a sexy flow


I think I want to let her know, that


(She's a bad mamma jamma) Owowohhh


Just as fly as she can be, ohohowoh


Chorus


Verse 2: 911


I, often dream of us


and I can't believe it feels so real


It gives me such a freaky thrill


I like to hold her hand


and tell all the fellas I'm her man


But my dream came to an end


Now that she's on my mind


I just wanna make her mine


We'll be together til the end of time, ooooohhhhhh


(Yes I can make my dreams come true)


Then everything would be so cool


and I would never spend one night without you


Chorus


Bridge: 911


I can't explain, what she's done to me


So fine that it's a crime


Ooooh, I want her in my life


911

‘Spike’ Dawbarn & Jimmy Constable first met each other whilst working as dancers on cult TV show ‘The Hitman and Her’ in the early 90’s. In 1995 Spike & Jimmy who by then had already built up a strong teen following of their own decided to form a boy band and recruited third member Lee Brennan after he was recommended to them by their Scottish manager Steve Gilmour - 911 was born!

The lads based themselves in Glasgow and it was there that ... Read More