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played John Lennon's guitar 

Back in the autumn of seventy
As I played on my borrowed guitar
How could I know The Beatles would split the next day
My
Do not mention his name
The man kills John Lennon, now he's on TV again
He's blaming Holden Caulfield in the face of the lens
And each time he
been.
Who killed john Lennon.

Rock.
Wasted away by a stranger.
Wasted away by a trend.
The streets cry goodnight.

It won't be long.
He could've
laughed about how good things used to be
This big city ain't good for me
I'll meet you down by the cottonwood tree

I need a John Doe on a John Deere
We could move
This place is a pit anyhow!
The landlord's a nazi!

Imagine. No posessions.
That's what John Lennon said
And you know how much
No, that one's Jerry Seinfeld
That one's John Lennon there
No, the Dakota
The San Remo is up a few blocks
Have you been inside the Museum?
We
No, that one's Jerry Seinfeld
That one's John Lennon there
No, the Dakota
The San Remo is up a few blocks
Have you been inside the Museum?
We
frigging old
And he dreams at night of Woodstock
And the day John Lennon died
How the music made him happy
And the silence made him cry
Yea he thinks of John
Written by john lennon and paul mccartney.


Well, she was just seventeen,
You know what I mean,
And the way she looked
Was way beyond compare.
I'll
and little white crosses
Along the beaten path
And I've spread their ashes on the wind
And I miss John Lennon's laugh

[Chorus]

And how did we get so
But he's just too friggin' old
And he dreams at night of Woodstock and the day John Lennon died 
How the music made him happy and the silence made him
and Martin Luther King
Just like John Lennon by that hotel
You have to pay for our sins

Was it like being raped? Was it like being dead?
Like a bad movie over
But the John Birch Society knows he spilled the beans
He keeps on preaching brotherhood, but we know what he means
We'll teach you how to spot 'em in
Frank McCourt to write the forward

[Repeat x4]
Well I'm John Lennon
It's sixty seven
Written by Tommy Shaw
Lead vocals by Tommy Shaw

Dear John I knew you
About as well as anyone
We were the wild ones
So sure those days would
does the song go

Come hear uncle John's band by the riverside
Got some things to talk about, here beside the rising tide

Come hear uncle John's band
hear your voice
Whoa oh, what I want to know, how does the song go?

Come hear uncle John's band by the riverside
Got some things to talk about here
laughed about how good things used to be
This big city ain't good for me
I'll meet you down by the cottonwood tree

I need a John Doe on a John Deere
does the song go

Come hear uncle John's band by the riverside
Got some things to talk about, here beside the rising tide

Come hear uncle John's band
and Bob Marley

I can see Elvis
Prowling like a cat across a funky bandstand
Keith Moon behind him banging drums
Charlie Parker all thumbs
John Lennon
when
But I pray that you'll be beautiful again

I am as tired as John Lennon sang
Conveying exhaustion like no-one else can
I'm no longer the centre
hear your voice
Whoa oh, what I want to know, how does the song go?

Come hear uncle John's band by the riverside
Got some things to talk about here
could really light the way

So call up Otis
Call up Marvin
Call for Buddy. Bring them on
Call for Ludwig
And for Johann
We need Lennon. We mean
what I want to know
How does the song go

Come hear uncle john's band
By the riverside
Got some things to talk about
Here beside the rising tide
a rainy night,
Abba, Devo, Benatar
Were there day
John Lennon died,
Mr. Springsteen said
He had a hungry heart
Grover Washington
Was happy on the day