Who Sang Showdown? New York Dolls

Release information
Writer(s): Leon Huff, Cindy Scott
Release Date: 1991
Genre: Rock
Style: Rock & Roll/Punk
length: 1:33
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Lyrics
Say man, they tell me you think you're pretty good
Don't you know you're in my neighborhood
They tell me you're pretty fast on your feet
You best be at the dance hall down on 14th street, you hear
There's gonna be a showdown
There's gonna be a showdown

I've got ten notches on my shoes
When it comes to dancin'
I just can't lose
They call me the top cat, right in this man's town
I just want you to meet me, baby, before the sun goes down
There's gonna be a showdown
There's gonna be a showdown

All the girls been losin' faith in me
Don't seem like top cat's great
As he once used to be
I know I'm good
So you better be better
When you get yourself out on that floor
You better have your steps together
There's gonna be a showdown
There's gonna be a showdown

Now my reputation has been one of the fastest men alive
So I'm gonna see how good you are when I count to five
(One) oh man, you better step
(Two) You can do better than that
(Three)come on baby,you better step aside
(Four-Five) And let me get out here and do my jive
There's gonna be a showdown
There's gonna be a showdown, showdown, oh yeah

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 7 Day Weekend
  • 2 Frankenstein
  • 3 Mystery Girls
  • 4 Showdown
  • 5 Back in the U.S.A.
  • 6 Endless Party
  • 7 Human Being
  • 8 It's Too Late
  • 9 Bad Detective
  • 10 Lonely Plant Boy
  • 11 Subway Train
  • 12 Private World
  • 13 Trash
  • 14 Human Being
  • 15 Don't Start Me Talkin'
  • 16 Hootchie Cootchie Man
  • 17 Great Big Kiss
  • 18 Vietnamese Baby
  • 19 Babylon

  • Release information
    label: Triangle Records
    country(area): Italy
    format: CD
    script: Latin