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would Bob do?

I was knocking on the pearly gates, made of precious stone
Looked kind of other worldly, inside there was a throne
I was let in by
take that city hike
Said, go ahead pretty mamma
Lord, just take your city hike
Well, I'd rather live with the hound dogs
For the rest of my natural born
For the rest of my natural born life

Singin' that
Swamp, swamp, swamp, swamp music
Swamp, swamp, swamp, swamp music
Well, I'd rather live with
They'd open the door to hear Madame whine.
Madame: I'm so blue-hoo-hoo,
Blue-hoo-hoo
Blue-hoo-hoo hoo!
I'm so blue I don't know what to do!

Bob
For the rest of my natural born life

Singin' that
Swamp, swamp, swamp, swamp music
Swamp, swamp, swamp, swamp music
Well, I'd rather live with
and climb up the hill
Man sees the mountains and the deep blue sky
Man has to struggle till the day that he die

Well yes siree Bob them there's
the legion hall 

Put her blue dress on 
And she'd curl her hair 
Oh she's been waiting all week 
And with a bounce in her step 
And a wiggle in her walk
When I was a boy about the age of ten
Got some old records by the blues men
Found a big connection to my lonely life
I couldn't wait to learn some
take that city hike
Said, go ahead pretty mamma
Lord, just take your city hike
Well, I'd rather live with the hound dogs
For the rest of my natural born
the legion hall 

Put her blue dress on 
And she'd curl her hair 
Oh she's been waiting all week 
And with a bounce in her step 
And a wiggle in her walk
Words by Bob Hartman
Based on Luke 10:30-37, 1 John 3:17

Where are the amber waves of grain
When one of our homeless native sons has hunger pain
Written by bob welch.


I guess you've heard about the bermuda triangle
There's something going on
Nobody seems to know just what it is
For the rest of my natural born life

Singin' that
Swamp, swamp, swamp, swamp music
Swamp, swamp, swamp, swamp music
Well, I'd rather live with
Words by Bob Hartman
Based on 2 Thessalonians 2:15, 2 Timothy 3:14, Philippians 1:6

I've been to the party and I left alone
And I've danced with
make it swing, we'll glide across the floor
A blue denim couple, swaying buckle to buckle
Out here dancin' just to celebrate

Yeah, we'd like a Bob Wills
you or I
Alright, alright says Baby Blue
Who doesn't really understand
August was a heavy month
But winter came at last.

*written by Bob Geldof
*taken
the blondies and the blue eyes, (oh yeah?)
I saw the millions mouthing me, (oh yeah?)
But underneath I was really gentle, (oh yeah?)
D'ja ever see me touch
go


*taken from the album "The Vegetarians of Love"
*written by Bob Geldof
standing by the live oak tree, in our yard on Canyon Lake
And I'm driving under miles and miles of clear blue Texas skies
Some strangers in a pick-up truck,
knows but me

The judge said son, what is your alibi
If you were somewhere else, then you won't have to die
I spoke not a word, thou it meant my life
I'd
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*written by Bob Geldof
*taken from the album entitled "A Tonic For The Troops"
There was Johnny McEldoo and McGee and me
And a couple of two or three went on the spree one day
We had a bob or two, which we knew how to blew
Aynsley Dunbar (drums)
Jim Pons (bass, vocals, dialog)
Bob Harris (keyboards, vocals)
Don Preston (mini-moog)

You are... you gotta tell me something... I
an all-star line up
Like none I'd ever seen
Roger Miller opened the show with Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys
Followed by Webb Pierce followed by Hawkshaw
There was Johnny McEldoo and McGee and me
And a couple of two or three went on the spree one day
We had a bob or two, which we knew how to blew