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Imelda

This song is by Mark Knopfler and appears on the album Golden Heart (1996).

She's going shopping, shopping for shoes
She wants them in magentaand Caribbean blue
Platinum and buttercup, lilac and black
They fill a bucket up and laugh behind her back
Imelda baby what to do?
All the poor people saying that they got to quit paying for you

In New York and Paris on the Champs Elysee
They see her coming from a long long way
They clap their hands together when they ger her in the store
She's gonna want to get more and more and more
Imelda baby what to do?
All the poor people saying that they got to quit paying for you

Everyone's gone Jackie O.
She was a regular here
We thought Madame would like to know
We've got the blood red rouge right here

Now we've got all Madames requistes and all in Madame's size
Madame's taste is truly exquisite, she must accessorize
The belts are alligator, the bags are kangaroo
Enchante may I say the jade was made for you
Imelda baby what to do?
All the poor people saying that they got to quit paying for you
Imelda baby what to do
All the poor people saying that they got to quit paying for you

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Written by:

Mark Knopfler

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