oh Johnny eenzaam,
minzaam, achter in de zaal
oh Johnny eenzaam,
eenzaat, met een triest verhaal

waar is het meisje van weleer?
geruchten doen de ronde, keer op keer

oh Johnny eenzaam,
minzaam, achter in de zaal
oh Johnny eenzaam,
eenzaat, met een triest verhaal

z'n tranen branden feller dan de spots
de mensen merken niets, dansen erop los

panamarenko, ik zie je staan
panamarenko, achteraan
panamarenko, ik vlieg met je mee
panamarenko, geef nooit op

oh Johnny eenzaam,
minzaam, achter in de zaal
oh Johnny eenzaam,
eenzaat, met een triest verhaal

hij zwijgt meestal, hij zegt slechts zelden iets
hij knikt alleen maar op het ritme van de beat

panamarenko, ik zie je staan
panamarenko, achteraan
panamarenko, ik vlieg met je mee
panamarenko, geef nooit op


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