"Please Sing a Song for Us" as written by and Gerry Rafferty....
Walk in, sit down, open up your case
Tune up, and turn ‘round to show your face to the crowd
Sing a song in a genuine bluegrass voice
About your big Dixie Darling, the banjo that's always in tune.

Please sing a song for us, play your guitar
There isn't one of us care who you are
But if the sound is good, you won't go wrong
Please sing a song for us and we will sing along (so long).

Stand up, stretch out to take the hand
Of a girl called Rosie who thought your performance was cool
Tune in, turn on, stop dead in your tracks
At a voice softly singing about some fool on a hill.

Please sing a song for us, play your guitar
There isn't one of us care who you are
And if the sound is good, you won't go wrong
Please sing a song for us and we will sing along (so long).


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"Please Sing a Song for Us" as written by Gerry Rafferty

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