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Written by Lou Reed

Dudley Taft – Guitar, Vocals
John Kessler – Bass
Chris Leighton –
Eric Robert – Keyboards
Ashley Christensen – Backing Vocals

Lyrics

Sally dances on the floor
she says that she can't do it anymore
She walks down St. Marks Place
and eats natural food at my place

Now Sally can't dance no more
she can't get off of the floor
Sally can't dance no more
ooohhh, she can't dance no more

Sally is loosing her face
she lives on St. Marks Place
In a rent-controlled apartment, eighty dollars a month
she has lots of fun, she has lots of fun, but

Sally can't dance no more, ooohhh
She went and carried on and can't get off the floor

She was the first girl in the neighborhood
to wear tied-dyed pants, ah, like she should
She was the first girl that I ever seen
that had flowers painted on her jeans

Now she wears a sword, like Napoleon
and she kills the boys and acts like a son

Sally can't dance no more, ooohhh, now

Sally, she can't dance no more

She knew all the really right people
she went to Le Jardin
She danced with Picasso's illegitimate mistress
and wore Kenneth Lane jewelry
Hey it’s trash, but