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and the Grateful Dead 
And remember the summer when all was hip and groovy 
And you walked on the sands of glory 
With James and the gang 
You were one
succulent smooth and gorgeous. Isn't it nice? We're number One and so forth. Isn't it sweet being unique?
Left Voice (Morrison, Tucker)
For screeching
laid Jesse James in his grave

On Wednesday night
When the moon was shining bright
They robbed that Glendale train
And the folks from miles about
laid Jesse James in his grave

On Wednesday night
When the moon was shining bright
They robbed that Glendale train
And the folks from miles about
Howard
Has laid ol' Jesse James in his grave

It was Robert Ford, the dirty little coward
And I wonder how he feels
For he slept in Jesse's bed and he
staying the same
Cause the game is never won
By standing in any one place for too long

Maybe it was you or maybe it was me
But there was a chord in
truffles, rutabagas, and roots of all sorts. Put yourself in their place...you'da been mean too!
When Jesse James was a lad he killed many-a man. He robbed
[Japanese version only]

As the wind sweeps my mind in bewildered movements
My shattered thoughts begin to gather

I remember when you came to me
I
have felt when he was Oz hot
As I have got, I have got to make this stop
People often warn me that the fame ain't for the faint of heart
It'll change
We met when she was younger
Then I had no eyes for her
A few years went by and I saw her
Now I'm gonna try for her

Look out babe

She's not
We met when she was younger
Then, I had no eyes for her
A few years went by and I saw her
Now I'm gonna try for her

Look out babe

She's not
a little bitty tinsel town rebellion
A tinsel town rebellion band

They used to play all kinds of stuff
And some of it was nice
Some of it was musical
We met when she was younger
Then, I had no eyes for her
A few years went by and I saw her
Now I'm gonna try for her

Look out, babe
She's not
because the fame is blindin my eyes 
My god, I know how Ozzy Oz must have felt when he was oz hot 
As I have got, I have got to make this stop 
People
never figure out
Eve ate the apple 'cause the apple was sweet
What kinda god would ever keep a girl
From getting what she needs
And I'm getting ready
Of the dozen chipmunks in the backyard

Every house not a home but dare do I roam
There's a light on the porch here for someone

Once upon a time in
When it's their turn to hurt and heal
Whatever spins a grim tornedo
Can also turn a potters wheel

Take a little clay
Put it on a wheel
Get a little hint
Your life stepped lightly out our hands
When no one's looking out you understand
Your world was a wheel but the cog ceased to turn
The bottom fell
We met when she was younger
And I had no eyes for her
A few years went by and I saw her
Now I'm gonna try for her

(Look out, baby)

She's not
him was not 
available so the words and music herein are taken from the sheet music as written 
by Stan Jones 
Monroes' version, as well as competing
pulled out of your yard I bald a tire
You was laughing at me, I was doing James Dean
You was the prettiest girl I'd ever seen
When you rolled your eyes
I once knew a girl by the name of Monique
She was my childhood sweetheart every day of the week
Whether PS46, or 151
After school I'd go to her
in such a big body
Maybe I'm not so fair to little guys
He stood tall up when he was by my side

Little heart, little heart such a little biddy
feel that he who has been successful
Should look out of for fellow brother
I feel that's my role,that's my job
I know when I was a kid
You see I was
a mighty wave
The workers cringed when the boss man thundered
Seventy hours was his weekly chore
He asked for little and less was granted
Lest given