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no expiration date on the batteries
Look, I've never been a hater
It's never been in my nature
But, listen, let me hook you up 'cause

B.O.B
I've got to sing a little something
That I haven't rehearsed
It's about my man
And his name is Hillel
For who my love
Is woul brother sacred
Take
[Stills]
If you smile at me I will understand
'Cause that is something
Everybody everywhere does in the same language

[Crosby] 
I can see by
see by your coat, my friend you're from the other side
Cause there's just one thing that I like to know
Can you tell me please who won our damn war?
[Stills]
If you smile at me I will understand
'Cause that is something
Everybody everywhere does in the same language

[Crosby] 
I can see by
anybody ever gave to me
I've got it decorated, all lit up gifts underneath
You're the angel at the top of my tree
Let's put on that old movie 'It's
see by your coat, my friend you're from the other side
Cause there's just one thing that I like to know
Can you tell me please who won our damn war?
Everybody everywhere does in the same language, yeah

[Crosby:] I can see by your coat, my friend you're from the other side
There's just one thing I would
That's my friend and my friend's named Bob
Like the devil knows hell I know Bob well
Well enough to tell you 'bout his '67 smells
Well enough to tell
I'm learning how to run the race

And with you by my side, your heart close to mine,

I've got time



I used to wake up every morning

And lie there
That's my friend and my friend's named Bob
Like the devil knows hell I know Bob well
Well enough to tell you 'bout his '67 smells
Well enough to tell
That's my friend and my friend's named Bob
Like the devil knows hell I know Bob well
Well enough to tell you 'bout his '67 smells
Well enough to tell
friendly verse
I've got to sing a little something
That I haven't rehearsed
It's about my man
And his name is Hillel
For who my love
Is soul brother
?SOMEBODY HELP ME?
Recorded by Gene Vincent on Capitol Records 1958
 Song written in 1957 by Bob Kelly BMI

I've got a bone to pick with this
Girl, this rubbled mess was caused by my neglect.
Of course, I'll pay and by the way, my dear,
Here comes Bob!
I ain't subtle in my ways of making
blindness you give eyes to see
That in my struggle you will fight for me
So from my heart I've got to say

[Chorus]
(I thank you Lord) I thank you Father
Words by Bob Hartman
Based on Romans 1:9, 2 Corinthians 10:4

I've waited patiently for your reply
You say you'll come around by and by
I've tried
and drink my lonestar beer
From Austin up to Dallas, Amarillo to el paso
You can here bob wills bill mack and me on your radio

Don't ask me why I'm going
Everybody everywhere does in the same language, yeah

[Crosby:] I can see by your coat, my friend you're from the other side
There's just one thing I would
I've got a dusty old pile of vinyl records sittin' on my floor
I've played each one of 'em over and over a dozen times or more
All I've got is
What I've got you've got to give it to your mama
What I've got you've got to give it to your pappa
What I've got you've got to give it to your
If you smile at me I will understand
Cause that is something
Everybody everywhere does in the same language, yeah
I can see by your coat, my
What I've got you've got to give it to your mama
What I've got you've got to give it to your pappa
What I've got you've got to give it to your
'cause you know I'm on the lamb

Wanted man by Lucy Watson,
Wanted man by Jeannie Brown
Wanted man by Nellie Johnson,
Wanted man in this next town

I've
me
All my life, all my life
I've wanted to understand
There's a man on the corner he's got the moon in his eyes
He just comes here to visit and he