She said hello mister nice to meet you lyrics

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she said hello mister nice to meet you lyrics

Say hello! (Explosion. Abe takes pen and signs document.) Treaty meet approval ? If no, . Smiling though she's sinking in the shallow days below, Glad you took the time to say hello, oh, oh, oh Can you tell me Mister where the lovers go. Lyrics to 'Big Jet Plane' by Angus Stone. She said 'hello mister, pleased to meet ya' / I wanna hold her, I wanna kiss her / She smelled of daisies, she smelled. She said "Hello mister, pleased to meet ya" I want to hold her, I want to kiss her. She smell the daisy, she smell the daisy. She drive me crazy, she drive me crazy.

Angus & Julia Stone - Big Jet Plane Lyrics

You know how that goes? All my friends, they be sittin' aroun' inside They was gittin' kinda out of it too, I guess, but, seemed to be workin' out awright for 'em They be sittin' aroun' in a little apartment watchin' TV, you know, on a nice spring day They be laughin', you know, jus' havin' a great time.

she said hello mister nice to meet you lyrics

I didn' get it So I knew I must be kinda outta sync, 'n' outta swing I need a little bit a' help. Well, jus' luckily for me, the great Swami, Prisnidadirapi was comin' through town I think he was on his way up to Boulder, Colorado, or somewhere.

He was givin' a li'l advice as he went by 'n' I went to see the guy An' I heard you got the true knowledge, which you c'ld give to me, which w'ld clear up all my doubts and difficulties, 'n' git me back on the track, back in the swing, fully adjusted to life in the 20th century An' the only trouble I heard about, Swami, is you charge about eight hundred dollars fer the true knowledge That's all right, I mean I never expected there to be a blue light special on enlightenment or anythin' like that, but I I'm just a guitar player, your holy Swaminess, an' I was hopin' we could make a deal where I would give you, like, maybe, four hundred dollars Jus' enough to git me by for a month or six weeks at the most, 'n' I'll give you the rest of the cash He smiled at me That was nuthin' new, you know, the Swami was always kinda smiling Like he knew sumpin' that you didn't know Like those people that He looked at me 'n' he said: This world ain't what you think it is it's jus' what it is.

This world ain't what you think it is, This world ain't what you wish it was, Uh, the world Ain't what you think it is It's just What it is. Well, there's a root cellar, fruit cellar down below Watch you head now, and down you go And there's [repeat chorus] Maybe you're weary an' you don't give a damn I bet you never tasted her blackberry jam.

You bet, grandma, as sure as you're born I'll take some more potatoes and a thunderstorm. Peaches on the shelf Potatoes in the bin Supper's ready, everybody come on in, now Taste a little of the summer, Taste a little of the summer, Taste a little of the summer, My grandma put it all in jars.

she said hello mister nice to meet you lyrics

Let those December winds bellow and blow, I'm as warm as a July tomato. In the sunshine In the rain or snow We even climbed a pinetree in a tornado Outside was where all our live was found And I guess we must have walked on every street in town. Every street in town, Every street in town, In the cool summer evenings Or when the snow was falling down, We'd go walkin' on every street in town.

An' I wonder when the day will every come When we won't be so sad and so dumb An' when a woman could walk out free in the day and night Without havin' to worry if she's gonna be alright on Every street in town, Every street in town, In the cool summer evenings Or when the snow was falling down, We'd go walkin' on every street in town. Flat Stuff Sundown like a showtune Trumpets play full blast To create a great impression Ah, but it doesn't seem to last Flat stuff, flat stuff Way out to the way out to the setting sun The muskrat and the bullfrog The rabbit and the skunk Old barns full of blue sky Backyards full of junk Flat stuff, flat stuff Way out to the way out to the setting sun You can't find no river That ain't low and brown It's full of sixteen catfish Who just lay there farting aroun' Flat stuff, flat stuff Way out to the way out to the setting sun Pete hollers to Ruthie "Open me a beer.

When you get it open, Bring it over here. Out of the flat stuff, flat stuff Way out to the setting sun. Downtown Yes I could stay home, I could read a book or two I could try to get a little bit better at some of the bad things that I do but the night is young. So I'm out for a little while I'm gonna put on my hat and coat and pants and boots and my smile.

TAKE YOU HIGHER lyrics - GOODWILL & HOOK N SLING

I'll be back in the morning Feelin' bad or good Gonna do what I want and I ain't gonna what I should. Well, now, if you ever checked it out you know jus' what I mean There's always a few surprises in that same old scene You might meet some fella who can really blow the horn Make you glad for a change you done got born.

Don't you wanna go downtown tonight? Uptown, downtown, all aroun' the town, checkin' out all the little sights. Some of the people that I meet they say they love the mountains best When I look around in the city I jus' see one big wilderness Squirrels are writin' tickets, dolphins drivin' cars Globefish blowin' tubas, grizzly bears in the bars 'N' I gonna go downtown tonight I'm gonna go all aroun' the town I'm gonna check out all the sights I'll be back in the mornin' Feelin' bad or good I do what I want and I don't do what I should.

Yeah, oh but I might get lucky, I might run into my friend Jane Walk to her apartment in the sooty city rain Put on a little record, gonna be so long and tall I'm a-gonna be the wallpaper, Jane'gonna be the wall 'N' I wanna go downtown tonight I wanna go all aroun' the town Wanna check out all the sights. Ain't you ever known that magic hour just before the dawn When the morning is still sleepy but the night is not yet gone? And you're walking home from some little joint with somebody you love With the moon and the stars and the bells and the birds all ring-a ding-a dong-a up above?

Don't you wanna go downtown, tonight? Let's go downtown tonight Let's go all aroun' the town Let's go check out all the sights An' we be back in the mornin' Feelin' bad or good I do what I want and I don't do what I should.

Heart of My Country When I was a child I heard music and I knew that it was coming from me too Now everywhere I go I hear some kind of music I don't know where it's coming from, do you?

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And I used to sit by the dim radio window waiting for the magic hour to start You can take the heart out of my country You can't take the country out of my heart Well there comes a time when we all have to travel some to look for home and some to hide There was a war at home and a war across the ocean Families were split from the inside And we stood there holding hands, signs and candles but soon enough our hands all had to part You can take the heart out of this country but you can't take the country out of your heart Well, it's more than cities, fields and mountains more than a place to view the farmer man??

I hope that Joe's got news that things been goin' better out there than they have been 'roun' here, Everythin's been a little slow in the middle. Everybody, I mean everybody, I mean everybody, I mean Everybody been a-waitin' [repeat chorus] Some are waitin' for their sandwich Some are waitin' on tables An' then the tables Ah the tables they get real inspired an' they get up an' they start dancin' that boogaloo with the chairs Salt an' pepper shaker keepin' time Window shade rollin' up, rollin' down Seems like some of those tables and chairs got a lot more spunk than the people sittin' in 'em, at 'em, all arou' 'em everybody, everybody, everybody, everybody I mean Gonna tell ya' what it's all about.

Maybe some a' you read about it in a magazine Maybe some of you were there making the scene We didn' know, we didn' know I swear, we didn' know that we was jus' waiting for now. Yeah, but, everybody been a-waitin' an' a-waitin Everybody been a-waitin' an' a-waitin' an' a-waitin' an' a-waitin' an' a-waitin, heavy waitin' Waitin' in the water, jus' like John Everybody been waitin' their time away.

Some are waitin' for a new kind of lover Some are waitin' to move it on over to a new kind-a job, You know, even ol' Tom Waits is you know, you know even ol', you know sinks into Tom Waits voice you know even ol', you know even, you know even ol' Tom Waits, uh Lookin' for a blond to come in with big tits an' bad teeth He's waitin' for his voice to clear up!

So he can say "good mornin'" to some real, original, authentic wino-type guy, ya' know a lotta people might look like a wino these days but you gotta check 'em out, gotta get a wino card. Say "good mornin' " to 'em an' then that wino guy Audio Player Stars A thousand stars, blue and leaving. Faster than anyone can think. Oxygen, balanced on a pin. I sat beside the river where there used to be a beach, watching over while a satellite rose slowly in the east.

With waves of conversation there or staring back at me, taking pictures of the clearest night of the year. Pictures on the clearest night of the year.

Lyrics containing the term: JET PLANE

Buy A Ticket Buy a ticket and get on. Sail out into the great beyond. Fly out over the sky and the ocean. Look down upon the memories and the ghosts and try to see another side of your self. Save up all the money in your checks.

Try and find yourself another place to live and transportation back home when you fail. James I was already on the plane. I met a man from west St. After a 7 hour delay in Saskatoon yesterday. One looks around and walks away. Sometimes it seem like the farther you climb the further you fall. Are you looking at me? You lock yourself up inside your head with your hands down at your sides and all the things you never did piled up beside you.

I walked along the river path down where the water starts spinning like car tires. I wore the sweater my father wore… the one he got from his girlfriend before he quit his job and met my mother. I never knew that Churchill was so far away.

I met my brother yesterday outside the place we went to school and he said he thought I should be running out of patience.