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need it!"
Jimmy says, "come on, try this.."
I say, "I don't need it!"
Oh jimmy, jimmy

From the album "free to be a family" (1988)
Marlo thomas & friends
on the banjo Sammy's slappin' spoons
Jimmy plays a Martin and he's a singing fool

Dancin' in God's country, thirty miles from town
Summer stars up in
a free-born man
That asks more of you than your hand
And you're gone you're movin' on yes you're gone

Run away queen
Travelin' clean

You go to fargo
We'll
scream "Free Pimp C" but not see the pimp free (here I go)

[C-Murder]
Wake up, roll call, another day gone by
Now put a 'X' on November 25 I'm still
roll call, another day gone by
Now put a 'X' on November 25, I'm still alive
Open the dead roll balls
Now this dead man walkin' parkin' million dollar
Police man, police man

He won the lottery, by being born
Big hand slapped a white male American
Do no wrong, so clean cut
Dirty his hands, it comes
to feel free and be someone
I was born to be fast I was born to run

Well I take the chances, sometime I made mistakes
But you don't get nothin' unless
And in a moment seen by millions
She bowed her head and cried
Show my man some mercy
He's the father of my child
I love him

Here to eternity
Police man 

He won the lottery by being born 
Big hand slapped a white male American 
Do no wrong so clean cut

Dirty his hands  it comes right off
Well, Jimmy played harmonica in the pub where I was born
He played it from the night time to the peaceful early morn
He soothed the souls of psychos
Well Jimmy played harmonica in the pub where I was born
He played it from the night time to the peaceful early morn
He soothed the souls of psychos
I'm Buju Banton with the preacher's son

Who gave the orders
For them to go, alright
Who gave the orders
Martin was shut down, ah, alright
Who
Well Jimmy played harmonica in the pub where I was born
He played it from the night time to the peaceful early morn
He soothed the souls of psychos
Well Jimmy played harmonica in the pub where I was born
He played it from the night time to the peaceful early morn
He soothed the souls of psychos
Jimmy's not a high concept guy
But he's front page news, let me tell you why
He's on the cover of the New York Post
Every network, coast to coast
By: jimmy buffett, buzz cason
1970
Why is he cussin' and callin' disgustin'
The city that is now his home
He never smiles or keeps up with styles
He
me down by the river
Let all the towns people see
Their enemy's dead, let me lay, lay my head 
Just put me down and set me free

I wasn't born
like I'm driving a rocking chair now, but
Man, when I was a young man
I was free

I Palindrome I
Something just fell on my head
Born on the 5th
Jimmy's not a high concept guy
But he's front page news, let me tell you why
He's on the cover of the New York Post
All three networks, coast
He took them out
With a well-aimed clout
He was often heard to say
I'm a free born man of the USA

He fought the champ in Pittsburgh
And he
a baby
(These Maji adore you)
Why you wanna be born again? You just a baby
Why you playing in the streets? You just a baby

Now let's vogue, Martin pose
to New York City boys, to Boston and PA
He took them out with a well-aimed clout
And we often heard him say
I'm a free-born man of the USA

He fought
to New York City boys, to Boston and PA
He took them out with a well-aimed clout
And we often heard him say
I'm a free-born man of the USA

He fought
on by my door
Well, any other man stops and talks
But not the walking man
He's the walking man, born to walk
Walk on walking man

Well now, would he
By: jimmy buffett
1970
Straight-laced leather-faced he rolled
In like he owned the two-bit town
Dollar bills bulging from his bell-bottomed jeans