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I'm in jail in a Texas town
In my sisters wedding gown
I drive a truck all night long
Listening to Judy Garland's song
Now I'm locked behind bars
Giving my place in the welfare line
Trading my soup for a bottle of wine
Cause you know life is to succeed
But that was back when Judy loved me.
the war
You shouldered all the night before

But once upon it
The yellow bonnets
Garland all the lawn
You were waking
Day was breaking
A panoply of song
the truth, but you need the lies
Like Judy Garland, like Valentino
You give your life for rock n' roll
Uh huh

Stand, we're on a landslide of love
You
to the universal opera
There's Judy Garland taking Buddha by the hand
And then these seven little men get up to dance
They say Confucius does his crossword with
to the universal opera
There's Judy Garland taking Buddha by the hand
And then these seven little men get up to dance
They say Confucius does his crossword with
, 
You can't call this heartbeat a man.
Too sad you bet
We're all caught in history's web.
But don't cry too soon, 
You might as well fall 
In love
consider yourself lucky 
To be a junkie in a hospital bed" 

He says, "You know Judy Garland never showed up When I took my walk in the Land of Oz
don't need it
Because you are the survivor
Of more than one life
And you're the only lover I had
Who ever slept with a knife

But you're not Judy
on your favorite show
Why do you try to catch my eye
'Cause I'll just give you a real rich reward
I'll say good, goodbye
Every summer we fall in love,
There's Judy Garland taking Buddha by the hand
And then these seven little men get up to dance
They say Confucius does his crossword with a pen
I'm still
judy garland drugs 
And let me get back to work 
'cause the empire state building 
Is the tallest building in new york 
And I always got the feeling
not gay

But till that day is here
I guess I'll live in fear
And I curse the day I pierced my ear

There's nothing wrong with me
I don't wanna be
Umbrella on her shoulder
Piece of paper in her hand
Goes a marchin to the Captain
Says I want my man

[Chorus]
Now here comes jumpin' Judy
I'll tell
Umbrella on her shoulder
Piece of paper in her hand
Goes a marchin to the Captain
Says I want my man

[Chorus]
Now here comes jumpin' Judy
I'll tell
Umbrella on her shoulder
Piece of paper in her hand
Goes a marchin to the Captain
Says I want my man

[Chorus]
Now here comes jumpin' Judy
I'll tell
Umbrella on her shoulder
Piece of paper in her hand
Goes a marchin to the Captain
Says I want my man

[Chorus]
Now here comes jumpin' Judy
I'll tell
high school
I messed up every class
In my room, my headphones boomed
That song saved my ass, that song saved my ass

And that's my so called life
to come
Will be the best year of my life

Baby, since you came along
My life's turned into a song, yeah
And in your misty eyes I see
Way beyond
In Newry Town I was bred and born
In Steven's Green now I'll die in scorn.
I served my time to the saddling trade
But I turned out to be, I turned
the latest song

But David fights with Susan
Nobody gets along
Every other Sunday
It's time to make a call
Judy has a barbecue
Play the volleyball
In
(an outtake that will surface somewhere, at some point...)

The beadle says I killed them all
My wife, my screaming child
I'm dying in the morning
I met you in September of 2000, 
My heart skipped a beat with feelings profound and 
I gave you my soul and virginity. 
I loved you so much; you
(Judy) But, about my next picture - I'm faced with a curious problem. 
Shall I always be dramatic, biographically emphatic? 
Should I devote my life
Umbrella on her shoulder
Piece of paper in her hand
Goes a marchin to the Captain
Says I want my man

[Chorus]
Now here comes jumpin' Judy
I'll tell