"Love Is Better Than A Warm Trombone" as written by and Ian Thomas/blackburn Ball....
Love is better than a warm trombone, when blown, softly by a two tone, brother
Down on luck by chance, caress her head off at the boogaloo trance

With his hands in his pocket he could not lie
With his hands in his pocket he began to cry
With his hands in his pocket he lowered his eye
He said "miss i guess i ought to apologize, I've been fallin', I'm falling down"

The river of your lovelorn souls is getting deeper than the deepest dish washing bowl
Now brother get the dirt off your hands, it's getting darker than a sun-chaser's the sun tan

With his hands in his pocket he could not lie
With his hands in his pocket he began to cry
With his hands in his pocket he lowered his eyes
He said "miss, i guess i ought to apologize, I've been fallin', I'm falling down"

With his hands in his pocket he began to cry
With his hands in his pocket he could not lie
With his hands in his pocket he lowered his eyes
He said "miss, i guess i ought to apologize, I've been fallin', I'm falling down"


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"Love Is Better Than a Warm Trombone" as written by Benjamin Joseph Ottewell Ben Ottewell

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    General CommentWOO! first comment!
    that's a first for me..

    funky Gomez song, makes me funkified
    i like it and i hope everyone else does as well
    Traces23on November 13, 2007   Link

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