Harry Nilsson

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So Long, Dad

Harry Nilsson none none none Home again and...

Dayton, Ohio 1903

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Living Without You

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I’ll Be Home

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The Beehive State

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Yellow Man

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Vine St.

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Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear

Harry Nilsson none none none I may go...

Mr. Bojangles

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I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City

Harry Nilsson none none none I’ll say goodbye...

Marchin’ Down Broadway

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Mournin’ Glory Story

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City Life

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Fairfax Rag

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Mother Nature’s Son

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Open Your Window

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Nobody Cares About The Railroads Anymore

Harry Nilsson none none none When we got...

The Puppy Song

Harry Nilsson none none none Dreams are nothing...

Bath

Harry Nilsson none none none I’m leaving here...

The Wailing Of The Willow

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I Said Goodbye To Me

Harry Nilsson none none none I said goodbye...

Little Cowboy

Harry Nilsson none none none Little fellow you’re...

Mr. Richland’s Favorite Song

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Don’t Leave Me

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Good Old Desk

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Daddy’s Song

Harry Nilsson none none none Years ago, I...

Miss Butter’s Lament

Harry Nilsson none none none Waiting around for...

As I Wander Lonely

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River Deep – Mountain High

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It’s Been So Long

Harry Nilsson none none none It’s been so...

Freckles

Harry Nilsson none none none Freckles was his...

Without Her

Harry Nilsson none none none I spend the...

There Will Never Be

Harry Nilsson none none none This is our...

She’s Leaving Home

Harry Nilsson none none none Wednesday morning at...

Sleep Late, My Lady Friend

Harry Nilsson none none none Sleep Late My...

You Can’t Do That

Harry Nilsson none none none My babe don’t...

She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune

Harry Nilsson none none none She sang hymns...

Cuddly Toy

Harry Nilsson none none none You’re not the...

1941

Harry Nilsson none none none Well in 1941...

Ten Little Indians

Harry Nilsson none none none Ten little Indians...

You Can’t Take Your Love (Away From Me)

Harry Nilsson none none none Well you can...

Sixteen Tons

Harry Nilsson none none none Some people say...

So You Think You’ve Got Troubles

Harry Nilsson none none none I’ve go every...

So Long, Dad

Harry Nilsson none none none Home again and...

Dayton, Ohio 1903

Harry Nilsson none none none Sing a song...

I’ll Be Home

Harry Nilsson none none none I’ll be home,...

Caroline

Harry Nilsson none none none Caroline, please be...

Vine St.

Harry Nilsson none none none My baby left...

Rainmaker

Harry Nilsson none none none First day in...

I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City

Harry Nilsson none none none I’ll say goodbye...

Marchin’ Down Broadway

Harry Nilsson none none none When we go...

Mournin’ Glory Story

Harry Nilsson none none none She wakes up,...

City Life

Harry Nilsson none none none Well, I’m down...

Fairfax Rag

Harry Nilsson none none none Do you have...

Mother Nature’s Son

Harry Nilsson none none none Born a poor...

Open Your Window

Harry Nilsson none none none Open your window...

Nobody Cares About The Railroads Anymore

Harry Nilsson none none none When we got...

The Puppy Song

Harry Nilsson none none none Dreams are nothing...

Bath

Harry Nilsson none none none I’m leaving here...

The Wailing Of The Willow

Harry Nilsson none none none Listen to the...

One

Harry Nilsson none none none One is the...

I Said Goodbye To Me

Harry Nilsson none none none I said goodbye...

Together

Harry Nilsson none none none Life isn’t easy When...

Little Cowboy

Harry Nilsson none none none Little fellow you’re...

Mr. Richland’s Favorite Song

Harry Nilsson none none none When he was...

Good Old Desk

Harry Nilsson none none none Oowah Oowah ah...

Daddy’s Song

Harry Nilsson none none none Years ago, I...

Miss Butter’s Lament

Harry Nilsson none none none Waiting around for...

As I Wander Lonely

Harry Nilsson none none none Clear air and...

River Deep – Mountain High

Harry Nilsson none none none When I was...

It’s Been So Long

Harry Nilsson none none none It’s been so...

Without Her

Harry Nilsson none none none I spend the...

There Will Never Be

Harry Nilsson none none none This is our...

She’s Leaving Home

Harry Nilsson none none none Wednesday morning at...

Sleep Late, My Lady Friend

Harry Nilsson none none none Sleep Late My...

You Can’t Do That

Harry Nilsson none none none My babe don’t...

She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune

Harry Nilsson none none none She sang hymns...

Cuddly Toy

Harry Nilsson none none none You’re not the...

1941

Harry Nilsson none none none Well in 1941...

Ten Little Indians

Harry Nilsson none none none Ten little Indians...

You Can’t Take Your Love (Away From Me)

Harry Nilsson none none none Well you can...

Sixteen Tons

Harry Nilsson none none none Some people say...

So You Think You’ve Got Troubles

Harry Nilsson none none none I’ve go every...

Alimony

Harry Nilsson none none none In the wintertime...

So Long, Dad

Home again and the streets are not much cleaner
And the quaint old south side scenery is quaint no more
Just older than before
Go up the stairs and down the hallway to my Daddy’s door.
Your son is home, Dad, and he’s found girl
Well she’s the greatest girl in all the world
I think you’ll like her, Dad, I hope you do
But if you don’t, that’s all right too.
What’s new? Do you still work at the drug store?
Is that true? Still polishing the same floor
I miss my good ol’ Dad, my but I’m glad to see ya home again
No I won’t be staying here, Dad.
Come and see us, Papa, when you can
There’ll always be a place for my old man
Just drop by when it’s convenient to
Be sure and call before you do.
So long Dad, so long Dad
So long Dad, so long Dad
So long Dad, so long Dad

Dayton, Ohio 1903

Sing a song of long ago when thing were green and movin’ slow
And people stopped to say hello and they’d say hi to you
Would you like to come over for tea with the misses and me?
It’s a real nice way to spend a day in Dayton, Ohio on a lazy Sunday afternoon in 1903.
Sing a song of long ago when things could grow and days flowed quietly
The air was clean and you could see and folks were nice to you
Would you like to come over for tea with the misses and me?
It’s a real nice way to spend a day in Dayton, Ohio on a lazy Sunday afternoon in 1903.

Living Without You

The milk truck hauls the sun up, the paper hits the door
The subway shakes my floor and I think about you
Time to face the dawning gray of another lonely day
It’s so hard living without you.
It’s so hard, it’s so hard
It’s so hard living without you.
Everyone’s got something, they’re trying to get some more
They got something to get up for but I ain’t about to
Nothin’s gonna happen, nothin’s gonna change
It’s so hard living without you.
It’s so hard, it’s so hard
It’s so hard living without you.
It’s so hard, it’s so hard
So hard.

I’ll Be Home

I’ll be home, I’ll be home
When your nights are troubled and you’re all alone
When you’re feelin’ down and need some sympathy
And there’s no one else around to keep you company
Remember baby, you can always count on me
I’ll be home, I’ll be home, I’ll be home.
I’ll be home, I’ll be home
Wherever you may wander and wherever you may roam
You come back and I’ll be waiting here for you
‘Cause no one else will ever love you the way I do
I’ll be here to comfort you and see you through
I’ll be home, I’ll be home, I’ll be home.

The Beehive State

Since you’re the delegate from Kansas
Will you kindly take the floor?
And tell us what is Kansas thinking
And what is Kansas for?
Kansas is for the farmer
We stand behind the little man
And we need a firehouse in Topeka
So help us if you can.
I see the gentleman from Utah
Our friendly Beehive State
How can we help you, Utah?
How can we make you great?
Well we gotta irrigate our desert
And we gotta get some things to grow
And we gotta tell this country about Utah
‘Cause nobody seems to know.

Yellow Man

Very far away in a foreign land
Lives a young woman and a yellow man
He’s been around for many a year
They say they were there before we were here.
Eatin’ rice all day while the children play
You see he believes in the family
Just like you and me.
Oh, yellow man, yellow man
We understand, you know we understand.
Dat dat dat dat dat dat…
Keeps his money tight in his hand
With his yellow woman, he’s a yellow man
Got to have a yellow woman when you’re a yellow man.

Vine St.

My baby left this morning with everything I had
She didn’t give me no warning and that’s why I feel so bad
Oh, Anita, Anita, I need some sympathy
Anita, I love ya, come and sit by me.
That’s a tape that we made but I’m sad to say it never made the grade
That was me, third guitar, I wonder where the others are.
Vine Street, we used to live there on Vine Street
She made perfume in the back of the room
While me and my group we’d sit out on the stoop
And we’d play for her the songs she liked best
To have us play on Vine Street.
Vine Street, the crack of the back beat on Vine Street
Swingin’ along on the wings of a song
Lyin’ secure, self-righteous and sure
Why we’d things to say if the people would pay
To have us play on Vine Street

Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear

I may go out tomorrow if I can borrow a coat to wear
Oh, I’d step out in style with my sincere smile and my dancin’ bear.
Outrageous, alarming, courageous, charming
Oh who would think a boy and bear would be well accepted everywhere?
Well it’s just amazing how fair people can be.
Seen at the nicest places where well-fed faces all stop to stare
Making the grandest entrance is Simon Smith and his dancing bear.
They’ll love us, won’t they? They feed us, don’t they?
Oh who would think a boy and bear could be well-accepted everywhere?
Well it’s just amazing how fair people can be.
Well who needs money when you’re funny?
The big attraction everywhere will be Simon Smith and his dancing bear
Yeah, Simon Smith and the Amazing Dancing Bear.

Mr. Bojangles

I knew a man,
Bojangles,
and he’d dance for you
in worn out shoes,
with silver hair,
a ragged shirt,
and baggy pants.
the old soft shoe.
jump so high,
jump so high,
then he’d lightly touch down.
I met him in a cell
in New Orleans,
I was down and out.
He looked to me to be the very eyes of age
as he spoke right out,
talked of life, talked of life,
laughed, slapped his leg and stepped.
He said the name “Bojangles”
and he danced a lick
across the cell.
grabbed his pants,
a better stance,
and wow he jumped up high.
clicked his heels.
he let go a laugh,
let go a laugh,
shook back his clothes all around.
Mr. Bojangles.
Mr. Bojangles.
Mr. Bojangles.
dance.
he danced with those at minstrel
shows & county fairs,
throughout The South.
He spoke with tears
of fifteen years
of how his dog and him,
had traveled about.
his dog up and died,
he up and died,
after twenty years he still greives.
He said “I dance
now and every chance at
honkey-tonks,
for drinks and tips.
But most of time
I spend behind these country bars,
cause I drinks a bit.”
he shook his head.
and as he shook his head,
I heard someone ask please,
Mr. Bojangles.
Mr. Bojangles.
Mr. Bojangles.
dance.

I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City

I’ll say goodbye to all my sorrow
And by tomorrow I’ll be on my way
I guess the Lord must be in New York City
I’m so tired of getting nowhere
Seein’ my prayers goin’ unanswered
I guess the Lord must be in New York City
Well, here I am, Lord, knockin’ at your back door, hmm
Ain’t it wonderful to be where I’ve always wanted to be?
For the first time, I’ll breathe free
Here in New York City
Say goodbye to all my sorrow
And by tomorrow I’ll be on my way
I guess the Lord must be in New York City
So tired of getting nowhere
And seein’ my prayers goin’ unanswered
I guess the Lord must be in New York City
Well, here I am, Lord, knockin’ at your back door, hmm
Ain’t it wonderful to be where I’ve always wanted to be?
For the first time, I’ll breathe free
Here in New York City

Marchin’ Down Broadway

When we go marchin’ down Broadway again
Representing free women and men
Yes we’ll all give a hand as they march by stand
For those wonderful heroes that finished Japan.
We’ll remember Wake Island and Guam (Guam!)
Say a prayer for those boys that are gone
Boys and girls will be united and we’ll all be invited
To go marchin’ down Broadway again.

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