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As we walked from the church, side by side

The next scene was a crowded courtroom
And like strangers we sat side by side
Then I heard the judge make
walked from the church, side by side

The next scene was a crowded courtroom
And like strangers we sat side by side
Then I heard the judge make his
As we walked from the church, side by side

The next scene was a crowded courtroom
And like strangers we sat side by side
Then I heard the judge make
As we walked from the church, side by side.

The next scene was a crowded courtroom,
And like strangers we sat side by side.
Then I heard the judge
there forever,
As we walked from the church, side by side.

The next scene was a crowded courtroom,
And like strangers we sat side by side.

Then I
As we walked from the church, side by side.

The next scene was a crowded courtroom,
And like strangers we sat side by side.
Then I heard the judge
drifted
At least that's what happened before

Let it blow, let it snow
Let the mercury bubble and dive
Life's little traumas and courtroom dramas
Remind me
of the crime in colour

He's laughing as the courtroom fills with cries
Next time he'll surley do time
This is not my crime
But the years have not flown by
name from Brown to Jones,
And mine from Brown to blue.

I couldn't keep my tears from falling,
On the courtroom floor,
By law, they took away my rights,
(percussion)
Walt Fowler (trumpet)
Bruce Fowler (trombone)
Paul Carman (alto saxophone)
Albert Wing (tenor saxophone)
Kurt McGettrick (baritone saxophone)
Scott
PERPETUAL MOTION
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Author: Carman Futter / Jamie Stevens (ASCAP)
Composer: Jamie Stevens (ASCAP)
© 2001 by
don't quite know for sure
What the verdict would be, if ever

So let's imagine for a moment
You are standing dead center
In the courtroom of forever
on trial
In the courtrooms of the mind
Where the judges all have sons
And all the lawyers all were dead
And the backs are all broke
And the bailiff is my
They’ve got two golden bands
On their left hands
His and hers
And two ropes by the bed
Hand-stitched in red
His and hers
And in the room by
through shades of blue
I trust you trust in me to mistrust you
Through the Silk Cut haze to the smeared mascara 
A 40 watt sun on a courtroom drama
In ages past when spells were cast
In a time of men in steel
When a man was taught no special thing
It was all done by feel

So listen, so
In ages past when spells were cast
In a time of men and steel
Where a man was taught no special thing
It was all done by feel

So listen, so
Now the courtroom is quiet, but who will confess 
Is it true you betrayed us? The answer is "yes"
Then read me the list of the crimes that are mine
Paul Carman (alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, baritone saxophone)
Albert Wing (tenor saxophone)
Kurt McGettrick (baritone saxophone, bass saxophone,
the sheriff comin' down the line
That sheriff yelled as he cleared his throat
Said come on you dirty hackin' to the district court

Into the courtroom my
the sheriff comin' down the line
That sheriff yelled as he cleared his throat
Said come on you dirty hackin' to the district court

Into the courtroom my
Into the courtroom my trial began
Where I was handled by twelve honest men
Just before the jury started out
I saw the little judge commence to look
no friends for to go my bail they slapped my dried up carcass in that country jail 
Into the courtroom my trial began where I was handled by twelve
Maybe some of them had hopes of seeing me again
Some even said that my judge Judge Gerald Culkin
Wouldn't play it by the book
Maybe let us off the hook
Into the courtroom my trial began
Where I was handled by twelve honest men
Just before the jury started out
I saw the little judge commence to look