"Guitar Dwight Is the Light Guy [Brazilian Bossa Nova/Swing]" as written by and Erika V. Paul....
Guitar Dwight (Is The Light Guy)

Words & Music by Erika Paul
From the cd entitled, "Scat's My Bag"

Red Light, Green Light, Yellow Light, Stop!
By day he installs the traffic lights
Left Turn, Right Turn, Flashers and Walk
He's scattin' a song to help the time pass along

But when his work day is over
And time to pack up his tools
Guitar Dwight grabs his Gibson
And puts on his cool jazz shoes

He's the traffic light guy by day
And Guitar Dwight by night
In the light, his song is happy
In the dark, his song is sad

But when his work day is over
And time to pack up his tools
Guitar Dwight grabs his Gibson
And puts on his cool jazz shoes

He's the traffic light guy by day
And Guitar Dwight by night
In the light, his song is happy
In the dark, his song is sad

Sometimes his song is happy
Sometimes his song is sad
Either way, it's never bad
Even when his guitar wails

Red Light!
Green Light!
Yellow Light!
Stop!


© 2005 Erika V. Paul


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"Guitar Dwight Is the Light Guy [Brazilian Bossa Nova/Swing]" as written by Erika V. Paul

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