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Needles stabbed into the walls
The executioners curtain call
Fighting back he found his life drowning
And there was no way up

Cause Richard hung
Open the door, Richard
Open the door and let me in 
Open the door, Richard 
Richard, why don't you open that door

I met old zeke standing
Open the door, Richard
Open the door and let me in 
Open the door, Richard 
Richard, why don't you open that door

I met old zeke standing
the press machine
After years that were long and lean
We're finally on our way

[Chorus:]
And Richard Nixon's on his knees he's sent so many overseas
The colour of death, sweet vanilla essence
Richard Harris and Donald Pleasance
And a cherry blossom falling from a cherry tree
That's what jazz is to me
Even though it hurted, I ain't tripping, never mind that
Me and Darrell Harris in a stolen car thugging
You get out of line, he goin' put you in
on time to close
Richard, you haven't really changed, I said
It's just that now you're romanticizing some pain that's in your head
You got tombs in your
needles were stabbed into the walls
the executioner's cutain call
fighting back he found his life drowning
and there was no way up
'cause richard
on time to close
Richard, you haven't really changed, I said
It's just that now you're romanticizing some pain that's in your head
You got tombs in your
needles were stabbed into the walls
the executioner's cutain call
fighting back he found his life drowning
and there was no way up
'cause richard
Johnson originally proposed an outright ban covering discrimination
  by everyone for every type of housing but it had no chance from the start
in our nest 
And that was the crime that history will burn on his memory as a brand. 
By disgracing and degrading the presidency of the United
worked it's way through the courts
They brought three children to this world
Richard died in seventy-five
Mildred kept their love alive
'Till
I like the way that you come
Running up to me
It sort of reminds me of
Black and white movies

And I will put a white dress on and
By the window wait
influence is foolish, that was my views
I’m back at it, the rap addict, by any means
We gon get these stacks accurate, no skinny jeans
Say he ain’t a star,
[Speech]
Rodney Burke: That was a, a Little Richard number that the boys rather like and hope you liked it, "Ooh! My Soul." And, ooh, my arms!
I know that that won't make it right
It's never black and white but

Richard you taught me all I need to know
But there's some things you can't
sheets to change
And that is why I love you

I'm naturally red don't you know
Been on TV and once I was up for Vogue
Been interviewed by every Tom
there
In my quiet mist of rage
How I wanted to tell you
But I was hushed by my shame

So when the waves come rolling in
Then I won't turn the tide
Well, Ruby, she was a redneck beauty
She loved Little Richard and sang 'Tootie Fruitie'
And wanted her name in lights and wore her dresses tight
Jerry Lee and Little Richard--/You just don't hear that anymore
It was a rompin', stompin', finger-poppin'/Good-time music for my soul
And when
Where all the Pettys ran
What kept the motors running
Way back then, were you the fans

He won seven at Daytona
It was STP and forty-three
King
I was made in England out of Cadillac muscle
I had a quit-me father, had a love-me mother
I had Little Richard and that black piano
Oh that sweet
She was 21 with a rock n roll soul
Cutting her teeth on that rebel radio.
Sounded like Emmy Lou Harris and the Rolling Stones
Searching for
I was made in England out of Cadillac muscle
I had a quit-me father, had a love-me mother
I had Little Richard and that black piano
Oh that sweet