The Story of a Rock and Roll Band Lyrics - Randy Newman



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They were six fine English boys Who knew each other in Birmingham They bought a drum and guitar Started a rock-roll band And Johnny played little violin And Bobby Joe played the big violin The one that stands on the floor They were all in the rock-roll band Their first song sounded like this Please get me a witness Please get me a witness Right off, they needed a name Someone said, "How 'bout the Renegades ?" Johnny said, "Well I don't know. I prefer E.L.O." I love their "Mr. Blue Sky" Almost my favorite is "Turn to Stone" And how 'bout "Telephone Line"? I love that E.L.O.
I love their "Mr. Blue Sky" Almost my favorite is "Turn to Stone" And how 'bout "Telephone Line"? I love that E.L.O.





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