"Hank and John" as written by Martin Richard Gilks, Miles Stephen Hunt, Malcolm Roy Treece, Martin Bell and Paul Clifford....
Thinking now of Hank and John laying in a cali' sun
Said I never wanna get sober again
Neither father's gonna pay neither son can see that way
Said I never wanna get sober again

Every page just beats me up
These words have never seemed so good
So come on and carry me away away
So come on and carry me away away

Heaven was bare without you John,
I don't know how they ever got on
Thank you for those presents you gave
My eyes are tired I'll listen still
A wonder up on Bunker hill
Yeah thank you for those presents you gave

Every word just fills me up
Believing never felt so good
So come on and carry me away away

Bunker Hill
And Dago Red
I won't forget
Those words I read

Bring Me Your Love
Ham On Rye
God bless you Hank
The greatest barfly


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"Hank and John" as written by Martin Bell Malcolm Roy Treece

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