"Little Joe" as written by Robert Derwent Garth Forster and Grant William Mclennan....
Everyone knows everybody else
Let's skip introductions
Talk on little Joe
His mother left for me to mind
A 100 a week
A lovely guy of 26
Loves only the lonely
Little Joe

Oh no here he comes
Laughing with an old joke
Don't you cry

Never do a days work
Nothing of value will ever get hurt
Joes no trouble he ran for mayor
The mafia car bombed my car
I said you're not running for mayor

Gave up wishing
Took up hoping
Hoping Joe will settle down
Shoe store
A movie house
Something like
Something like a french comedy
He's patronized by gentle souls
Their best intentions are their own

Don't you cry
Never do a days work
Nothing of value will ever get hurt
I've always been a man of the track
Took Joe down to the track

So here we sit
Joe and I
Joe and I
Little Joe
Don't you cry
Never do a days work
Nothing of value will ever get hurt
The whole world
Lets get our balance in the mid-night air


Lyrics submitted by ruben

"Little Joe" as written by Robert Derwent Garth Forster Grant Mclennan

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY

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