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I dreamed of Judy  Garland and of her bottled blues
Resting in a dressing room, shaking star dust from her shoes

She spoke of her beginnings
good-bye to him
And in a rare and lucid state
She said my days are unoriginal
I wanna fade fade fade
She's suffering

Judy's staring at the sun
Judy's
I'm in jail in a Texas town
In my sisters wedding gown
I drive a truck all night long
Listening to Judy Garland's song
Now I'm locked behind bars
(ronnie wood, rod stewart)

Miss judy she was moody
Owned a sweaty farm in old alabam
I was just 18, crude and mean
All I needed was to get my
Somewhere in yesterday, seems a million miles away
Back in the days Judy used to beg me to take her away
But I was too young and livin' was fun
I didn't
to the universal opera
There's Judy Garland taking Buddha by the hand
And then these seven little men get up to dance
They say Confucius does his crossword with
to the universal opera
There's Judy Garland taking Buddha by the hand
And then these seven little men get up to dance
They say Confucius does his crossword with
There's Judy Garland taking Buddha by the hand
And then these seven little men get up to dance
They say Confucius does his crossword with a pen
I'm still
Miss Judy, she was moody
Ran a sweaty farm in old Alabam'
I was just eighteen, crude and mean
And all I needed was to get my own way
Get out of my
From where I stand
I can see through you
From where you're sitting, pretty one
I know it got to you

I see the stars in your eyes
You want
I saw the picture in Sunday's paper of a honeymoon in old Mexico
There my sweet Judy was smiling sweetly in the arms of my best friend Joe
Sweet
And summer comes to Springville Hill

A barony of ivy in the trees
Expanding out its empire by degrees
And all the branches burst abloom
In the boom
Heaven
passport fee
It's a one-way ticket to eternity

Close your eyes, your ride of a lifetime begins
Your chariot has no engine, no brakes or wings
You will
passport fee
It's a one-way ticket to eternity 
		   
Close your eyes, your ride of a lifetime begins
Your chariot has no engine, no brakes or wings
You
drains
And baying like bloodhounds
For the jack of all parades
For the jack of all parades

Once I knew a girl
That looked so much like Judy Garland
That
like Judy Garland
That people would stop and give her money
And everybody was Frankie, Jimmy or Bobby
Not the Jack, the Jack of all parades

Oh
so much like Judy Garland
That people would stop and give her money
And everybody was Frankie, Jimmy or Bobby
Not the Jack, the Jack of all parades,
Miss Judy, she was moody
Ran a sweaty farm in old Alabam'
I was just eighteen, crude and mean
And all I needed was to get my own way
Get out of my
Paid in chips 
From a diamond as big as the Ritz,
Then I'm calling it quits
Calling it quits

Eyes the color of candy
Lies to cover the handicap,
consider yourself lucky 
To be a junkie in a hospital bed" 

He says, "You know Judy Garland never showed up When I took my walk in the Land of Oz
the rock

The lights in the plaza meant there's something fantastic
The moment I met you, the first look was like magic
Yeah, there's the way that it is
and a cocktail dress,
With a bullet proof heart.
Why is your life in such a mess,
If you're so damn smart?
Judy Garland, Jimmy Dean;
You tragedy queen.
Give
on a silver swing
With Judy Garland and her crew
Upstairs where there's no air to breathe
See how much damage I can do
You make your puppet speak and move
makes you lots of money) 

Bothered Judy Garland
When I ordered Barbara Cartland 
Champagne in my bidet 
The press all had a field day 
You may
time
Hold hands, home in old land
Weathering the time sands

This whole rhythm gives me what I need
Praying hard as your lifetime
Praying hard