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Roger Wilco it`s okay
It's all yours it's anything that you say
My company fell in 
We were dropped like like sticks in the wind
I relinquish
circumstances 
Let this disc be heard.  
Over

Roger that sir, all systems go. 
Minus 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0
that you're here sir}
Club Montepulciano is what you need

Blue Hawaii, Picadilly whore
Cocktail's what I'm longing for
Blue Hawaii, Picadilly whore
General de Gaulle on accordion. 
Rather wild, General! 
Thank you, sir. 
Roy Rogers on Trigger. 
Tune in Wild Man of Borneo on bongos. 
Count Basie
Digging General de Gaulle on accordion. 
Rather wild, General! 
Thank you, sir. 
Roy Rogers on Trigger. 
Tune in Wild Man of Borneo on bongos. 
Count
hasn't
If he's the heir apparent
Appearances can be deceiving

Names are not important
Sir Roger Tichborne or Arthur Orton
From stealing cattle
Roger.
Press those trousers!
Ecstasy boost, ecstasy

[Sung]
The coffee increases shirt crease
Turn up for the books now
Trouser it to me
Don't hang
Trouser press fever! Wooh!
Give it all you can
It's much better than
A pre-fabricated concrete cold bunker!

You're so savage, Roger.
Press those
hiding,
The Angel could be seen to smile to himself.

If you're the Great Sir Galahad from now on, said the Angel, 
May all angels call me blessed of my
454
Fresh outta impound
Fresh outta tow
He so foolish
I con-cur
Roger that
Aye,aye sir
Unusual slump
Dinormous slap
He off a blunt
He on that
Marty Robbins - El Paso; Waylon Jennings - Ramblin' Man; Roger Miller - King of the Road; Merle Haggard - The Way I Am. Now that's what I'm talkin' about.
Roger Creager, Kyle Hutton


61st floor way downtown,
From cubicle 423
You can't see what's coming down.
The mail lady brings a pink slip

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