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Peaked at # 2 in 1940, with competing versions by Dinah Shore at # 17 and by Bobby Byrne
	at # 19
Later charted by Perry Como (duet with Eddie
slacker multi-millionaire 

Well, my baby's in love with Eddie Vedder 
She's all crazy 'bout that Eddie Vedder 
Once she was mine, but now I better just
Eddie's first wife was a vision
The bride on the wedding cake
Thought he was the luckiest man alive
That was his first mistake

He'd found him
On the Lake out by the fairground big wheel. 
 We could circle it forever 
 But we?d never guess the way that Eddie feels
tonight

Dance a little closer to me
Hey, it's closing time 
And love's on sale
Tonight at this five and dime

Eddie played the steel guitar
And his
Don't you know, he was the king of saxophones
Yes indeed he was;
Talkin' 'bout the guy that made it sound so good
Some people knew him by the Bean
Don't you know, he was the king of saxophones
Yes indeed he was;
Talkin' 'bout the guy that made it sound so good
Some people knew him by the Bean
ghostyhead
Come out on the porch
There's a serpent caught in a fisher's net

Virgins light the torch
'Cause who this night would not stay warm
By any
beer and whiskey
We had a bevy there as drunk as lords
And all skylarking and cutting capers
Till that old church clock it chimed for four
The fishers
Don't you know, he was the king of saxophones
Yes indeed he was
Talkin' 'bout the guy that made it sound so good
Some people knew him by the Bean
Don't you know, he was the king of saxophones
Yes indeed he was;
Talkin' 'bout the guy that made it sound so good
Some people knew him by the Bean
Don't you know, he was the king of saxophones
Yes indeed he was;
Talkin' 'bout the guy that made it sound so good
Some people knew him by the Bean
Rita was sixteen years, hazel eyes and chestnut hair
   She really made the Woolworth counter shine              
   Eddie was a sweet romancer,
Don't you know, he was the king of saxophones
Yes indeed he was;
Talkin' 'bout the guy that made it sound so good
Some people knew him by the Bean
Don't you know, he was the king of saxophones
Yes indeed he was;
Talkin' 'bout the guy that made it sound so good
Some people knew him by the Bean
and Eddie had had it
Already by the summer of '75
From the high  to the low to
The end of the show
For the rest of their lives
They couldn't go back
and the queen went
Back to the green
But you can never go back
There again

Brenda and Eddie had had it
Already by the summer of '75
From the high
and the queen went
Back to the green
But you can never go back
There again.

Brenda and Eddie had had it
Already by the summer of '75
From the high
a deathly silence that lay all around
Hear the lark and harken
To the barking of the dog-fox gone to ground
See the splashing of the King-fisher
Flashing
and the queen went
Back to the green
But you can never go back
There again.

Brenda and Eddie had had it
Already by the summer of '75
From the high
Montague street 
His friend Eddie he did the respray 
So he couldn't drive it all last week 
And it cost most of the money 
That he had saved up 
To pay
closer tonight

Dance a little closer to me
Hey, it's closing time 
And love's on sale
Tonight at this five and dime

Eddie played the steel guitar
Music is a power, people depend on every day
They make their decisions by the records that they play, oh

Music's takin' over, music makes you dance
Montague street 
His friend Eddie he did the respray 
So he couldn't drive it all last week 
And it cost most of the money 
That he had saved up 
To pay
the joke of fate alone
It's sure that as the loved hand leaves you,
You clutch for the slip-stream, the realness to find.
But do what you like, do what