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box, that they all listened to
The last words that were spoken were, "What would Bob do?"

What would Bob do? What would Bob do?
What would Bob do? What
Bob your head 
Bob your head

As we bop on
To the break of dawn..
The non-stop hip-hop bop
Takes you on down
To the last, STOP!!		"ruff, ruff
Words and music by Bob Hartman
Based on 1 Timothy 4:1, 2 Thessalonians 2:11, 2 Timothy 4:3-4

Somewhere in the darkest night a stranger has lost
I'm loving
Boy, but she don't mean a thing

My enemies have betrayed me
Have overtaken poor Bob at last
Enemies have betrayed me
Have overtaken
fire came down
Down from the sky into the ground
The clouds moved aside as the sword was cast from the sky
Burnt by a mark of fire, who shall make this
one night Mrs. Stacey went off the job 
When she felt someone grab her whole face and said not to talk 
But Stacey knew it was Bob and said knock it
one night Mrs. Stacey went off the job 
When she felt someone grab her whole face and said not to talk 
But Stacey knew it was Bob and said knock it
one night Mrs. Stacey went off the job 
When she felt someone grab her whole face and said not to talk 
But Stacey knew it was Bob and said knock it
like you to meet my friend Bob
(Huh?)

Say hi Bob
(Hi Bob)
Bob's 30 and still lives with his mom
And he don't got a job, 'cause Bob sits at home
you to meet my friend Bob (Huh?) 
Say hi Bob! ("Hi Bob") Bob's 30 and still lives with his mom 
And he don't got a job, cause Bob sits at home
Walk around the city by my lonesome
All that what I see is where the flow from
There's a million faces in the place to be
Get it where they fit in
have sex with it or leave it alone
3-D Jesus by my bedside
Talks to me when it's late at night
I thought I left you in Sri Lanka
Working the desk
Traditonal arrangement by
Auldridge, Gaudreau, Coleman and Klein
© 1993 AGCK Music/ Mountainside Music (BMI)

Well I woke up early with those
you bob, how's it going? 
How's your kids? 
Wonderful!
Nice to see you, yes
Oh, bill bailey? 
Ah we'll get to that to- morrow night
Caravan with
blind
I was a fool babe
I was blind
Come on now
A loose wind last night blew down
Black trees bent to the ground
Their blossoms made such a sound
going to record a brand new song that
I just sang last night for the first time
It was written by someone here in Folsom prison
Can I have a drink
and turned by the transvestite's dance
It isn't Naomi it's the Marlboro Man
If you want to run I understand
The night dies on a daily basis
The solar orbit
these arms into our yesterday

When you were just a heartbeat away


By mistake last night you rang my phone

You seemed so surprised to find me at home
here says he thinks you're wrapped too tight. 
“But, by the way thanks for playing ‘Moon River' last night” 

And his name is Rex Bob Lowenstein
Written by bob welch.


I did a thing last night
You know those future games
I turned off all the lights
Oh, the future came
You were by my side
Will
you or I
Alright, alright says Baby Blue
Who doesn't really understand
August was a heavy month
But winter came at last.

*written by Bob Geldof
*taken
to fill
It doesn't matter if your name is Jack or Jill
Everybody's got a hole that they need filled

I left the pub last night 
And I was just in time
blast, nigga, cause I'm the last nigga
Ya wanna fuck wit, so up your cash, nigga
I make stagger, ob' skills and jimmy ragged
Home in and drag her, sit wit
And your Blue Duck's no longer alive

You took Jim Reed to your warm wedding bed
And from out of your love was born the boy, Ed
A pal killed Jim Reed by
Jim Reed by the dark of the moon
And your son Ed was blowed down in a drunken saloon

Then there was Bob Younger, you loved him so well
He rode with