I see, you see, we'll get a guitar,
Yeah, we'll get a guitar
And, oh, we'll get, we'll get three guitars,
No!, No!!, we'll get four guitars
And we'll get Herbie Lovelle to play drums,
And we'll do, the
"Sha-la", sha...
We'll do the sha-, sha-la bit.
"Sha-la, sha-, sha-la, sha-la", we'll do it,

We'll get together, uunghh, we'll get
Uunghh, ttcchh, uugnhh-uunghh-uunghh, like that,
And we'll do the sha-la bit and then,
Then, then, and we'll get, we'll get sixteen guitars,
And then, then we'll play it,
And then we'll do that one, yeah.
Let me hear ya' do that again.
Over and over, Bert Berns song, over...


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