"Goodbye Mr. Ed" as written by and David/sales Bowie....
The ghost of Manhattoes
Shrieking as they fall from AT&T
Someone sees it all

Goodbye Mr. Ed, Andy's skull enshrined
In a shopping mall near Queens
Someone sees it all

Icarus takes his pratfall
Bruegel on his head
Goodbye Mr. Ed

Four and twenty black kids
Some of them are blind
Someone sees it all

Tolerance of violence
By the fellows with no heads
Goodbye Mr. Ed

Some things are so big
They make no sense
Histories so small
People are so dense
Someone sees it all
Goodbye Mr. Ed

Some things are so big
They make no sense
Histories so small
People are so dense
Someone sees it all
Goodbye Mr. Ed

Never mind the Pistols
They laid the Golem eggs
Others came to hatch them

Outside the pale
Someone sees it all
Goodbye Mr. Ed


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"Goodbye Mr Ed" as written by Tony Fox Sales David Bowie

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