Now I love to sing that good old Taylor blues
I love to sing that good old Taylor blues
When we want a little drink
I swear we just can't lose

Now you see, Mr. Melrose, standin' in the floor
Oh, I see that man that's standin' in the floor
He gonna give us a little drink
Now, just before he goes

Now we want old Taylor, Lord
We want, old Taylor now
We want, old Taylor now
We want, old Taylor now
We want, old Taylor
Bring it on, bring it on, bring it on

Now, you'll say what's fine an' mellow
You'll say what's fine an' mellow
Oh, you'll say what's fine an' mellow
You'll say, what's fine an' mellow
Now, you'll say what's fine an' mellow
Bring it on, bring it on, bring it on

You'll say, was twenty years old
You'll say, was twenty years old
Now you'll say, was twenty years old
You'll say, was twenty years old
Now, you'll say was twenty years old
Bring it on, bring it on, bring it on

Now, is he poppin'? Yeah, man
Now, is he poppin'? Yeah, man
I believe he's poppin', yeah, man
I believe he's poppin', yeah, man
I believe he's poppin', yeah, man
Pop on, pop on, pop on


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