"Sign on the Dotted Line" as written by Gerry Rafferty and Joe Egan....
Playing guitar Friday night in Sally's club bar
Big money man says ‘Won't you join my rock 'n' roll band?'

‘But if I'm going to make you a star, boy
Get yourself a chauffer-driven car, yeah
Sign on the dotted line
It's going to work out fine'.

Get on the phone (Played in Hamburg just to make me some money)
She says ‘I need some money back home' (Played the ?? but never got honey)
Big money man says (Big fat money man, he wrote me a letter)
‘Don't you worry boy, you're not on your own' (‘Don't you worry boy, it's got to get better')

‘If I'm going to make you a star, boy
Get yourself a chauffer-driven car, yeah
Sign on the dotted line
It's going to work out fine'.

I could have stayed at home forever
But big money man was much too clever
He said ‘Sign on the dotted line
It's going to work out fine'.

Back playing guitar Friday night in Sally's club bar
Big money man says ‘Won't you join my rock 'n' roll band?'

‘But if I'm going to make you a star, boy
Get myself a chauffer-driven car, yeah
Sign on the dotted line
It's going to work out fine'.



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"Sign on the Dotted Line" as written by Gerry Rafferty Joe Egan

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