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Meet Me in the Morning

Big Mouth John Brown

Who did you see?

I saw John.

John who?

John Brown.

I can't hear you.

I said John Brown.

I can't hear you.

I said John Brown.

I can't hear you.

I said John Brown.

I said John Brown.

John Brown.

John Brown.

What did he say?

Who?

John Brown.

John Brown?

Yes. What did he say?

He didnít say anything.

Nothing?

Not a word.

I donít believe it.

I donít believe it.

Big Mouth John Brown didn't say a word?

Not a word.

I don't believe it. I don't believe it.

Big Mouth John Brown didn't say a word?

Big Mouth John Brown didn't say a word.

 

Rain

It was raining, raining, raining hard.

It was falling on my head.

It was falling on the stars.

It was falling on the sun.

It was falling on my shoes.

I got soaking wet.

I got soaking wet.

But I stayed outside.

I stayed outside.

The rain was sweet.

The rain was warm.

The rain was soft.

It reminded me of home.

 

It was raining, raining, raining hard.

It was falling, falling, falling on the stars.

It was raining, raining, raining hard.

It was falling, falling, falling on the stars.

 

Soft rain

Raining, raining

Sweet rain

Raining, raining

Warm rain

Raining, raining

 

Sweet soft Raining, raining

Warm rain Raining, raining

Sweet soft Raining, raining

Warm rain Raining, raining

 

Sally Speaks Spanish, But Not Very Well

Sally speaks Spanish, but not very well.

When she tries to speak Spanish,

you really can't tell

what language sheís speaking

or trying to speak.

The first time I heard her,

I thought it was Greek.

5. How's His English?

His English is wonderful,

he speaks very well.

His accent is perfect.

You really canít tell

That he isn't a native

of the U.S.A.

There's only one problem,

he has nothing to say.

 

6. It's Got to be Somewhere

Where is it? Where is it?

Where is it? Where is it?

I can't find it!

She can't find it!

It's got to be here, it's got to be here!

It has to be here! It must be here!

It's gone! It's gone!

It's gone! It's gone!

Take it easy! Take it easy!

It has to be here.

It must be here.

It canít be lost.

It can't be lost.

It's got to be here.

It's got to be here.

Try to remember.

Try to remember.

I can't remember.

Try to remember.

I can't remember.

Think back!

I can't think.

Think back!

I can't think.

Where did you put it?

Where did you put it?

I canít remember.

I can't remember.

Oh, here it is, here it is!

Thank heavens!

Thank heavens!

I found it.

She found it!

Here it is! Here it is!

Whew!

 

Tall Trees

Chorus Solo

 

Tall trees,

Tall trees,

Big, tall trees.

 

Tall trees,

Tall trees,

Big, tall trees.

 

Tall trees, tall trees The cost of California

Big, tall trees. is a beautiful sight,

 

Tall trees, tall trees with the tall trees, tall trees,



Big, tall trees. big tall trees.

 

Tall trees, tall trees The cost of California

Big, tall trees. is a beautiful sight,

 

Tall trees, tall trees with the tall trees, tall trees,



Big, tall trees. big tall trees.

 

Big trees, tall trees

Big trees, tall trees

Big trees, tall trees

Big tall trees.

 

 

Selfish

This is mine!

That's yours!

Donít touch mine!

Get your own!

This is mine!

That's yours!

This is mine!

That's yours!

This is mine!

Thatís yours!

Thatís yours!

That's yours!

 

Hey, what are you doing?

What are you doing with that?

That's mine!

 

Hey, what are you doing?

What are you doing with that?

That's his!

 

Hey, what are you doing?

What are you doing with that?

That's hers!

 

What's mine is mine.

Whatís yours is yours.

What's his is his.

Whatís hers is hers.

What's ours is ours.

What's theirs is theirs.

 

9. What Are You Going to Do at Two?

What are you going to do at two?

What are you going to do?

 

Where are you going to be at three?

Where are you going to be?

 

Who are you going to see?

What are you going to say?

 

How are you going to go?

Where are you going to stay?

 

What are you going to do?

Who are you going to see?

 

When are you going to leave?

Where are you going to be?

 

Meet Me in the Morning

Meet me in the morning.

Meet me at noon.

Meet me in September,

or the middle of June.

 

Meet me at midnight.

Meet me in the hall.

Meet me in the summer.

Meet me in the fall.

Meet me in the evening.

Meet me at eight.

I'll meet you anytime you want

but please don't be late.

 

Taking Credit

Whose book is this?

It's mine.

It's mine.

Are you sure it's not his?

No, No, it's mine!

Whose work is this?

This beautiful work!

It's mine! It's mine!

It's mine! It's mine!

Whose work is this?

This awful work!

Itís his! Itís his!

It's his! It's his!

Are you sure it's not yours?

Of course it's not mine!

It's certainly not mine!

Not mine, not mine!

Not yours?

Not mine!

Are you sure?

I'm sure!

Itís his?

Itís his!

Not yours?

Not mine!

 

A Bad Day

I overslept and missed my train,

slipped on the sidewalk

in the pouring rain,

sprained my ankle,

skinned my knees,

broke my glasses,

lost my keys,

got stuck in the elevator,

it wouldn't go,

kicked it twice and stubbed my toe,

bought a pen that didn't write,

took it back and had a fight,

went home angry,

locked the door,

crawled into bed,

couldnít take any more.

More Bad Luck

The bread was stale,

it was four days old.

The milk was sour.

The coffee was cold.

The butter was rancid.

The steak was tough.

The service was dreadful.

The waiter was rough.

My bill was huge.

His tip was small.

I'm sorry I went to that place at all.

 

Personal Questions

Where were you born?

I'd rather not say.

Where are you from?

I'd rather not say.

How tall are you?

How old are you?

How much do you weigh?

I'd rather not say.

How much rent do you pay:

I'd rather not say.

How much do you make?

I'd rather not say.

Why aren't you married?

I'd rather not say.

Why donít you have children?

I'd rather not say.

Where were you last night?

Why weren't you home?

Did you stay out late?

Did you come home alone?

Did you have a good time?

Did you see a good play?

Did you go to a concert?

I'd rather not say.

 

15. Do You Know Mary?

Do you know Mary?

Mary who?

Mary McDonald.

Of course I do.

Do you know her little brother?

 

Yes, of course I do.

I know her brother, and her mother

and her father too.

Do you know her elder sister?

Yes, of course I do.

I know her elder sister, Betty

and her younger sister, Sue.

Do you know her Aunt Esther?

Yes, of course I do.

I know her aunts and her uncles

and her cousins too.

 

Do you know her husband Bobby?

Yes, of course I do.

I know her husband and his brother

and his father too.

 


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