Me and you ren-dez-vous at the club at the end of the street

In an interview on his DVD collection “Dream Ticket,”  Elton said he didn’t understand why this song wasn’t a bigger hit.  NEITHER. DO. I.

I defy you to listen to it and not at least bop your head or sing “Do wop de do de do do” –  I. DEFY. YOU.

When the shades are drawn
And the light of the moon is banned
And the stars up above
Walk the heavens hand in hand
There’s a shady place
At the end of the working day
Where young lovers go
And this hot little trio plays

I mean, what a cool song!  It’s got that old-time R&B feel – and the sax is fantastic, too!

That’s where we meet
That’s where we meet
Me and you ren-dez-vous
In the club at the end of the street
Oooh where we meet
Oooh where we meet
Me and you rendezvous
In the club at the end of the street

And I just love the way he says ren-dez-vous, don’t you?

So…I hope you enjoy this little piece of animated fun as I do…and it’s ok to sing along or (bite your lip) get up and dance!

Me and you ren-dez-vous

Club at the End of the Street (Sleeping with the Past – 1989)

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