The Kingston Trio Go Tell Roger cover

Go Tell Roger
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Lyrics and Meaning


Released
Jul 2, 1996
Genre
Traditional Folk
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Go Tell Roger Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
My brother stirs the cool-aid, giving sips
Two cents and a penny buys a set of big, wax lips
Riding with no hands around the turn
Let's find a guy named Francis, and give him an Indian burn
Verse 2
And we can go tell Roger there's another face looking in the window
Verse 3
Standing with my clothes on in the rain
Let's make some funny phone calls to folks with funny names
Albert holds his breath when he gets mad
That's when I really like him 'cause his breath is really bad
Verse 4
I know that Lucy Higgins still loves me
'Cause she hit me with her lunch pail when I kicked her on the knee
My brother stirs the cool-aid, giving sips
Two cents and a penny buys a set of big, wax lips
Verse 5
Lookin' in the window, lookin' in the window, lookin' in the window

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