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John Hiatt - Hangin' Around The Observatory Lyrics

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  • Hangin around the observatory.
  • We were waitin to see the moon.
  • Well we thought that we was all gypsies,
  • Come to escape these lousy ruins.
  • Well that telescope; that mighty eye.
  • Its bigger, jack, that you or i.
  • Oh, it sees the stars, it sees the moon.
  • You might as well stay in the room.
  • Professor, professor, I forgot how it looks.
  • Could I just take another peak?
  • Is there really a man who lives up there?
  • Is it all green cheese so to speak?
  • Well now listen boy. these are the facts.
  • The moon is white. the sky is black.
  • And you are a speck on this crummy earth,
  • And a dollar and a half is all youre worth.
  • Why did I come here?
  • Let all the tender scientist,
  • Get lost in poetry.
  • And let all these moist romantic guys,
  • Turn back to history.
  • Hangin around the observatory.
  • Waitin to see the moon.
  • Well we thought that we was gypsies
  • Come to escape these lousy ruins.

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