"Hong Kong Book of Kung-Fu" as written by Tjinder Singh, Ben Ayres, Robert Michael Healey, Avtar Singh Nurpuri and Nicholas James Ronald Simms....
Sometimes you lose,
Sometimes you lose
On impact points, always the follow through
Sometimes Friday, and it's sometimes good
Better get back home open up the book
Sometimes you-lose, sometimes you-lose
On impact points, there is always that follow through
Sometimes Friday, and its sometimes good
Well a Hong Kong book of kung fu and a Hong Kong book of kung fu
Get winter wear in the summer
Your summer in the winter.
Alright!

A reputation city wide
Defensive lobe
Never loose that final ping-pong
Sometimes it comes to you, sometimes good
Well a Hong Kong book of kung fu and a Hong Kong book of kung fu
Get winter wear in the summer
Your summer in the winter.
Alright!

Embarrassment keeps people
In-their place
Most of the time
But not always
So sometimes Friday, sometimes it's good
Hong Kong book of kung fu and a Hong Kong book of kung fu
Get winter wear in the summer
Your summer in the winter.
Alright!
Sometimes you-loose,
Sometimes you-loose
On impact points, always follow through
Sometimes Friday, and it's sometimes good (hot dog)
Well a Hong Kong book of kung fu and a Hong Kong book of kung fu
Get winter wear in the summer
Your summer in the winter.
Alright!


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"Hong Kong Book of Kung Fu" as written by Ben Ayres Avtar Singh Nurpuri

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