Spillin on the rocks
Intoxicating the satin dolls
With his private dance
Cognac on ice gets the ladies intoxicated, and so does this dance he performs, lost in his own world. “Satin Doll” is actually a Duke Ellington standard, with slang-studded lyrics that almost could’ve been penned by Camp Lo:
“Cigarette holder which wigs me
Over her shoulder, she digs me.
Out cattin' that satin doll.
Baby, shall we go out skippin?
Careful, amigo, you’re flippin'
speaks Latin that satin doll.
She’s nobody’s fool so I’m playing it cool as can be.
I’ll give it a whirl but I ain’t for no girl catching me,
Telephone numbers well you know,
doing my rhumbas with uno
and that’s my satin doll.
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