"Georgie Parker" as written by and Chris Deberry Anthony Cornelius Hamilton....
Mm, mm, mm
Mm, mm, yeah
There used to be a little old boy
Riding my bus home from school yea
Introverted, kinda frail, didn't think much of himself, no
He used to see the pity
His mothers drunken boyfriend
Hanging out by the corner store
There was a very old lady
That used to call him baby
And in his mind this is what he heard

Georgie Parker, get away
Georgie Parker, come with me
Georgie Parker, free your mind
Georgie Parker, let yourself be
Georgie Parker, come with me
Georgie Parker, oh
Georgie Parker, George

Trying to be his only friend
He wasn't open to strangers then, oh no
He turned his head and walked away
As he turned around and started to cry, "why me?"
Stuck in the lions den
To scared to let help in
He had to make a sacrifice
He tried to cope with it
And couldn't find the strength
Can anybody tell me what Georgie did?


They'll be a better place for u and me
Free your mind
Get away, follow me
Follow me, to a place
Free your mind lets go to, to a place
Where u can be free, oh Georgie
Free your mind, let yourself go the rest will follow

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"Georgie Parker" as written by Chris De Berry Anthony Hamilton


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