"Benjamin Calypso" as written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice....
Oh, no, not he
How you can accuse him is a mystery?
Save him, take me
Benjamin is straighter than the tall palm tree

I hear the steel drums sing their song
They're singing man you know you've got it wrong
I hear the voice of the yellow bird
Singing in the tree it is quite absurd

Oh, yes, it's true
Benjamin is straighter than the big bamboo
No ifs, no buts
Benjamin is honest as coconuts

Sure as the tide wash the golden sand
Benjamin is an innocent man
Sure as bananas need the sun
We are the criminal guilty ones

Oh, no, not he
How you can accuse him is a mystery?
Save him, take me
Benjamin is straighter than the tall palm tree
La la, la la, la la, la la

Oh, no, not he
How you can accuse him is a mystery?
Save him, take me
Benjamin is straighter than the tall palm tree

Sure as the tide wash the golden sand
Benjamin is an innocent man
Sure as bananas need the sun
We are the criminal guilty ones

Oh, no, not he
How you can accuse him is a mystery?
Save him, take me
Benjamin is straighter than the tall palm tree

Oh no, not he
How you can accuse him is a mystery?
Save him, take me
La la, la la, la la, la la




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"Benjamin Calypso" as written by Tim Rice Andrew Lloyd Webber

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