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Words & Music by Bill Magill


we're getting soft and lazy
growing old and sleepy
by the tv
just lounging around bored with ourselves

the night life people
like the street lamps twinkle
oh they dazzle
walking somewhere
we're sitting here

dress up
put on your shine and kiss me
pick out a tie and tie me
when you're ready
give me your arm
baby we're gone

am I looking grand cause you're dazzling
and we're gonna shine in the bar light
at the ha-ra
leading the cheer out with the crowd
singing our song out in the night tonight


from Last Night at the Ha​-​Ra, released September 12, 2018
Vocals: Bill Magill
All guitars: Jon Fellowes
Piano and drums: David Dower
Violin: Veronique Bourges
Bar glass percussion: Mike Sottak, Mike Page, Andrés Grunbaum (glasses recorded at the Ha-Ra bar, San Francisco)
Violins arrangement: David Dower


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Bill Magill Aix En Provence, France

Bill began joining rock bands in the mid 1970s as a teen in Pennsylvania. He played on various EPs with the garage punk quartet Tina Peel and his first full-length LP – Eskimo in the Sun – was recorded in San Francisco and released in 1996. His latest LP – Last Night at the Ha-Ra – was recorded principally at La Buissonne in France and released in 2018. ... more

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