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In My Own Time
written by Barry and Robin Gibb

I received an invitation
'Come to the United Nations
That was when I was somebody
In my own time

Sitting selling hot cross buns
Thousand suckers ev'ryone
Sounds like a nurs'ry rhyme
In my own time

Even when the lights go out
Still got things to think about
Memories I can't call mine
In my own time
My own time.
My own time

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Lucille
written by L. Richard & Albert Collins

Lucille, you don’t do your daddy’s will
Lucille, you don’t do your daddy’s will
They ain’t nothing to you, but I love you still
Lucille, please come back where you belong
Lucille, please come back where you belong
I think good to you, baby Please don’t leave me alone
I woke up this morning, Lucille was none inside
Asked friends about her, All there lips were tight
Lucille, please come back where you belong
I think good to you, baby Please don’t leave me alone

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Walk Right Back
written by Sonny Curtis

I want you to tell me why you walked out on me
I'm so lonesome every day
I want you to know that since you walked out on me
Nothing seems to be the same old way
Think about the love that burns within my heart for you
The good times we had before you went away from me
Walk right back to me this minute
Bring your love to me don’t send it
I'm so lonesome everyday

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New York Mining Disaster 1941
written by Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb and Robin Gibb

In the event of something happening to me
there is something I would like you all to see
It's just a photograph of someone that I knew
Have you seen my wife, Mr. Jones?
Do you know what it's like on the outside?
Don't go talking too loud, you'll cause a landslide, Mr. Jones
I keep straining my ears to hear a sound
Maybe someone is digging underground
or have they given up and all gone home to bed
thinking those who once existed must be dead
Have you seen my wife, Mr. Jones?
Do you know what it's like on the outside?
Don't go talking too loud, you'll cause a landslide, Mr. Jones
In the event of something happening to me
there is something I would like you all to see
It's just a photograph of someone that I knew
Have you seen my wife, Mr. Jones?
Do you know what it's like on the outside?
Don't go talking too loud, you'll cause a landslide, Mr. Jones

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Turn of the Century
written by Barry Gibb and Robin Gibb

Everything's happening, at the turn of the century
I'm gonna buy myself a time machine Go to the turn of the century
And all those people passing by
And the town crier makes his cry
At the turn of the century. Turn of the century
Big wide hats and men is spats, at the turn of the century
With those horseless carriages, at the turn of the century
And there are lots of things to do, On a bicycle built for two
At the turn of the century. Turn of the century
Everything's happening, at the turn of the century
I'm gonna buy myself a time machine Go to the turn of the century
And all those people passing by And the town crier makes his cry
At the turn of the century. Turn of the century

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Couldn't I just tell you
written by Todd Rundgren

Keep your head and everything will be cool
You didn't have to make me feel like a fool
When I tried to say I feel the way that I do
I want to talk with you
And make it loud and clear, though you don't care to hear but

Couldn't I just tell you the way I feel?
I can't keep it bottled up inside
And could we pretend that it's no big deal
And there's really nothing left to hide?

Something sure doesn't seem right to me
You can turn your back whenever you please
And you stroll away and calmly bid me adieu
Why can't I talk with you?
And put it in your ear, though you don't care to hear but

Why don't you lend me an ear
You got no reason to fear
I'll make it perfectly clear. I love you
I don't come whining with my heart on my sleeve
I'm not a coward, if that's what you believe
And I'm not afraid but not ashamed if it's true
I got to talk with you
And then I'll make it clear
Make it clear. Make it clear

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Cold Morning Light
written by Todd Rundgren

I believe if I was all alone
I would be better off in a world my own
I'd forget I ever knew of you
And this dream every night that you put me through
We walk along a Hollywood sea
And you dance once again with me
We are close, we are friends
And our love never ends
But in the cold morning light I see
That you won't be back for me
The wound you left is healing and then
It starts itching and I scratch it open again
So the pain comes out and I give in
And indulge my imaginations, whims
We sit and drink Victorian tea
And your face wears a smile for me
I was yours, you were mine
Our hearts bound, lost in time
But in the cold morning light I see
That you won't be back for me
there can be no peace
For me there can be no rest
I believe though I've tried my best
I'm condemned it seems
To a life of restlessness and broken dreams
We are close, we are friends
And our love never ends
But in the cold morning light I see
That you won't be back for me

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All the Children Sing
written by Todd Rundgren

See Ms. Malone. She spends another quiet evening alone
Sits in her study and stares at the phone
And a bell in her head will ring
All the children sing
All the dancers start to sway in time
The orchestra begins to play
Somebody pours the wine
The sun and moon collide
Isn't gravity a funny thing
The universe explodes apart All the children sing
Of Mr. Malloy. He's always seen himself as one of the boys
He thinks that men are tough and women are toys
But a bell in his head will ring
All the children sing
All the birds are chirping harmony
The scent of love is in the air Sunset on the sea
The angel of the lord Just declared we aren't worth a thing
The galaxy is null and void All the children sing
Crawled across a thousand miles of desert sand
Looking from an answer from a holy man
And this is what he told me with a wave of his hand
He said, "A bell in your head will ring"
Here's to the Chinaman, wise and old
Here's to the Eskimo, brave and cold
Here's to the Jew in the holy land
Here's to the Arab in his caravan
Here's to the African, strong and proud
Here's to the redneck, good and loud
Here's one to you and there's one more thing
A bell in your head will ring

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Mean Mr. Mustard ~ She came in through the bathroom window
written by J. Lennon and P. McCartney

Mean Mister Mustard sleeps in the park
Shaves in the dark trying to save paper
Sleeps in a hole in the road
Saving up to buy some clothes
Keeps a ten-bob note up his nose
Such a mean old man
His sister Pam works in a shop
She never stops, she's a go-getter
Takes him out to look at the queen
Only place that he's ever been
Always shouts out something obscene
Such a dirty old man

She came in through the bathroom window
Protected by a silver spoon
But now she sucks her thumb and wanders
By the banks of her own lagoon
Didn't anybody tell her? Didn't anybody see?
Sunday's on the phone to Monday
Tuesday's on the phone to me
Oh yeah

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The Seeker
written by Pete Townshend

I've looked under chairs, I've looked under tables
I've tried to find the key, To fifty million fables
They call me The Seeker
I've been searchin' low and high
I won't get to get what I'm after till the day I die
I asked Bobby Dylan. I asked the Beatles
I asked Timothy Leary. But he couldn't help me either
They call me The Seeker
I've been searchin' low and high
I won't get to get what I'm after till the day I die
People tend to hate me. Coz I never smile
As I ransack their homes. They wanna' shake my hand
Focusing on nowhere Investigating miles
I'm a seeker. I'm a really desperate man
I learned how to raise my voice in anger
Yeah but look at my face ain't this a smile
I'm happy when life's good and when its bad I cry
I got values but I don't know how or why
I'm lookin' for me. You're lookin' for you
Were lookin' at each other and we don't know what to do
They call me The Seeker
I been searchin' low and high
I wont get to get what I'm after
till the day I die

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Useless Information
written by Roy Wood

Sister Jane has a little book
Full of autographs of useless people
Seems a waste of the time she took
And it gets me mad which makes us equal
Ooh, hundreds of people left out in the cold
Wearing the shoes that were silver and gold
Useless information Tons of useless information
Seems to fill my head With nowhere else to go (Isn't it amazing)
Mrs. Payne at the door again
With the news about her operation
Will her god ever make the rain
Wash away such useless information
Isn't it amazing
Now you can see why Conversation is dying
And time is passing you by
Hundreds of people filling my head with useless information

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I can hear the grass grow
written by Roy Wood

See the people all in line
What's makin' them look at me
Can't imagine that their minds
Are thinkin' the same as me
I can hear the grass grow I can hear the grass grow
I see rainbows in the evening
My head's attracted to a magnetic wave of sound
With the streams of coloured circles, Makin' their way around
I can hear the grass grow I can hear the grass grow
I see rainbows in the evening
Can't seem to puzzle out the signs
My sense is form a micro line
Get a hold of yourself now baby
See I need you to help now baby
Get a hold of yourself now baby
Put your head down to the ground
And listen to your mind
You can't spell what you found
I know that you're not my kind
I can hear the grass grow I can hear the grass grow
I see rainbows in the evening

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Liar
written by Russ Ballard

I won't ever leave you want me to stay
Nothing you could do That could turn me away
Hanging on anyway Believing the things you say
Being the fool
Taken my life So take my soul
That's what you said I believed it all
I want to be with you Long as you want me to
But don't move away
Ain't that what you said?
Liar Liar, liar
We have seen no night We have seen no day
If I ever leave Would you want me to stay?
You can believe in me
I won't be leaving I won't let you go
Taken my life So take my soul
That's what you said But who are we to know?
I want to be with you Long as you want me to
But don't move away

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Mr. Soul
written by Neil Young

Oh, hello Mr. Soul, I dropped by to pick up a reason
For the thought that I caught that my head is the event of the season
Why in crowds just a trace of my face could seem so pleasin'
I'll cop out to the change, but a stranger is putting the tease on
I was down on a frown when the messenger brought me a letter
I was raised by the praise of a fan who said I upset her
Any girl in the world could have easily known me better
She said, You're strange
but don't change, and I let her
In a while will the smile on my face turn to plaster?
Stick around while the clown who is sick does the trick of disaster
For the race of my head and my face is moving much faster
Is it strange I should change? I don't know, why don't you ask her?

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The Wizard
written by Ken Hensley and Mark Clarke

He was the wizard of a thousand kings
And I chanced to meet him one night wandering
He told me tales, and he drank my wine
Me and my magic man kinda feelin' fine
He had a cloak of gold and eyes of fire
And as he spoke, I felt a deep desire
To free the world from it's fear and pain
And help the people to feel free again
Why don't we listen to the voices in our hearts
'Cause then I know we'd find that we're not so far apart
Everybody's got to be happy, everyone should sing
For we know the joy of life, the peace that love can bring
So spoke the wizard in his mountain home
The vision of his wisdom means we'll never be alone
And I will dream of my magic night
And the million silver stars that guide me with their light

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灰色の水曜日

目覚ましのベルと ママの優しい声に
安らかな眠りは 打ち砕かれてしまう ため息の月曜日
人ごみの孤独 すれ違う友達は
視線も合せずに笑いながら去っていく灰色の水曜日よ
さぁ想い出して 夢に生きてた頃を
今よりずっと素敵な 夢に生きてた頃を
冷たい雨風が 激しく木々を揺らす
咲いたばかりの花も 次々に散ってゆく 退屈な木曜日
何万もの人が ひしめく狭い街で
踵をすり減らし挨拶も交わさずに目を逸らす金曜日よ
さぁ想い出して 愛し合ってた頃を
真剣なまなざしで 見つめあってた頃を
新聞の片隅に小さく載った名前
さよならも言わずに君は旅立っていく灰色の水曜日よ
さぁ想い出して 輝いていた頃を
何もかもまぶしくて 恋におちてた頃を
さぁ想い出して 夢に生きてた頃を
今よりずっと素敵な夢に生きてた頃を
さぁ想い出して 愛し合ってた頃を
真剣なまなざしで見つめあってた頃を
さぁ想い出して 輝いていた頃を
夢に生きてた頃を
愛し合ってた頃を

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What would it take

Remember what you told me that you would always be there
If you change your mind now
Oh, what would it take to save me? What would it take to save me now?
Here comes another night and all the stars are shining
Could I make it right?
Woah, what would it take to save me? What would it take to save me now
Woah, what would it take? (What would it take to save me now?)
To save me?
Of all the things I do and everywhere they take me
You know what I go through
Ooh, what would it take to save me? What would it take to save me now?

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Savoy Truffle

Creme tangerine and montelimat
A ginger sling with a pineapple heart
A coffee desert, yes you know it’s good news
But you’ll have to have them all pulled out
After the Savoy Truffle

Cool cherry cream and a nice apple tart
I feel your taste all the time we’re apart
Coconut fudge – really blows down those blues
But you’ll have to have them all pulled out
After the Savoy Truffle

You might not feel it now
But when the pain cuts through
You’re going to know and how
The sweat is going to fill your head
When it becomes too much
You’re going to shout aloud

You know that what you eat you are
But what is sweet now, turn so sour
We all know Obla-Di-Bla-Da
But can you show me, where you are?

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