"Blind Man in Amsterdam" as written by and George Barnett Joel Laslell Pott....
I saw a blind man in Amsterdam with a box around his neck
And the music box kept singing on and the song I won't forget

It went boomdidi boomdidi boom boom boom, boodum boodum boom boom
Boomdidi boomdidi boom boom boom, boodum boodum boodum

Well, one and two and three and four walk past the man so fast
The audience kept moving on ignoring the cast
I found fifty of his currency and dropped it in his tin
He said "when your adventure ends your next one will begin"
"When this adventure ends your next one will begin"

With a boomdidi boomdidi boom boom boom, boodum boodum boom boom
Boomdidi boomdidi boom boom boom, boodum boodum boodum

You'll find a blind man in Amsterdam with a box around his neck
And the music box keeps singing on and the song you won't forget
The song you won't forget

With a boomdidi boomdidi boom boom boom, boodum boodum boom boom
Boomdidi boomdidi boom boom boom boodum, boodum boodum
Boomdidi boomdidi boom boom boom boodum, boodum boom boom
Boomdidi boomdidi boom boom boom boodum, boodum boodum
Boomdidi boomdidi boom boom boom boodum, boodum boom boom
Boomdidi boomdidi boom boom boom boodum, boodum boodum


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"Blind Man in Amsterdam" as written by George Barnett Joel Laslell Pott

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