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put me through a living hell
Dear john
You left me with nothin to do
Dear john
Dear john
I'm leaving you
I'm leaving you

dear john
By now you're
Down at the railroad station my suitcase settin' by my side
Got no high hopes of leaving I'm just watching the trains go by
Watching the trains go
glasses empty now
It's time to rise and shine
There's one less cause in the world
To be leaving for

It was back in 39
When I was one year old
Sitting by
what is known as... 

John's got brewer's droop 
He gets intimidated by the dirty pigeons 
They love a bit of it 
Who's that gut lord marching
of cages all strung together by a ropelike material. 
 
In the glare of a light,
I see a strange kind of sight;
Of cages joined to form a star
Each
network of cages all strung together by a rope like material. 
 
In the glare of a light,
I see a strange kind of sight;
Of cages joined to form a star
Travis McGee's still in Cedar Key
That's what John McDonald said
My rendezvous so long overdue
With all of the things I've sung and read
They
of cages all strung together by a ropelike material. 
 
In the glare of a light,
I see a strange kind of sight;
Of cages joined to form a star
Each
Back in Tennessee, I saw a
Family haunted by an entity
It was a tragedy in another
Century
Oh...they never would know the
Evil one that came
There's a noble fleet of whalers 
They're sailing from Dundee
Manned by British sailors 
That take them o'er the sea
On a western ocean passage
through what is known as
(Parklife)

John's got brewer's droop he gets intimidated by the dirty pigeons, they love a bit of him
(Parklife)
Who's that
through what is known as
(Parklife)

John's got brewer's droop he gets intimidated by the dirty pigeons, they love a bit of him
(Parklife)
Who's that
through what is known as
(Parklife)

John's got brewer's droop he gets intimidated by the dirty pigeons, they love a bit of him
(Parklife)
Who's that
Goodbye Jim & Jackie, goodbye John & May
We hate to see you leaving, bound for the USA
But if you don't believe your country should come before
Freedom for the scapegoat leaving Reading Jail
Rheumy eyes just pierced his heart like crucifixion nails
Shaking fists and razors gleamed, you never
played
Stepchild when you were born
Your right foot was turned left with your left
And mercy had a way of taking off and leaving you by yourself
The Arrival 
Leaving by the same door from which he had come in, 
He finds some sort of freaks ghetto on the other side. 
When they catch sight
Words and music by John Kay

I fried in the sun just outside San Bernadino
Flagged me a ride in a rattletrap ford
Rollin' back east to the northern
He said, me and Melissa, well we fell out of love. 
We ran out of luck seems like lightning struck.
I've been thinking of leaving 
But I can't raise
just seem to grow
Is this ambitions one man show
There's only one man watching you, John Doe
He's both on stage and in the front row

Encyclopedia,
network of cages all strung together 
By a rope like material. 
 
In the glare of a light,
I see a strange kind of sight;
Of cages joined to form
Words and music by John Kay

I fried in the sun just outside San Bernadino
Flagged me a ride in a rattletrap ford
Rollin' back east to the northern
Words and music by John Kay

When I returned here back from the Islands
You know I couldn't say enough 'bout old Kauai
But now I'm out here
By now you probably have noticed and I'm so relieved
To see while you have been leaving me deep
That my younger sisters and brothers have all grown
I'm gonna stand on your parade
I need to jump into your grave
Gonna stalk you I'm afraid
Wanna be your fucking pain
By the way you know it's all