Thelma Carpenter He's the Wizard cover

He's the Wizard
by Thelma Carpenter
Lyrics and Meaning


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Released
Jan 1, 1978
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He's the Wizard Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Sweet thing, let me tell you 'bout
The world and the way things are
You've come from a different place
Verse 2
And I know you've traveled far
Now that you've told me what it is
I'd better point you towards the wiz
Verse 3
He's the wiz, he's the man
He's the only one
Who can give your wish right to ya
He's the wizard
Verse 4
He'll send you back through time
By running magic through ya
All of the super power's his
Listen and I'll tell you where he is
Verse 5
He's the wiz and he lives in Oz
He's the wizard
There's the way to Emerald City
That's not too far, is it?
He's the wizard
Verse 6
Just take your dilemma, child
And lay it on the wizard
He'll fix you a drink
That'll bubble and foam
And in a flash you will be home
Verse 7
He's the wiz, he's the wiz
He's the wizard of Oz
He's got magic up his sleeve
He's the wizard
Verse 8
And you know without his help
It would be impossible to leave
Fantastic powers at his command
And I'm sure that he will understand
Verse 9
He's the wiz and he lives in Oz
Verse 10
Sweet thing, let me tell you 'bout
The world and the way things are
I'm gonna point you towards the wiz
Verse 11
He's the wiz
Fantastic powers at his command
And I'm sure that he will understand
Verse 12
He's the wiz and he lives in Oz
Verse 13
Sweet thing, let me tell you 'bout
The world and the way things are
You've come from a different place
Verse 14
And I know you've traveled far
Now that you've told me what it is
I'd better point you towards the wiz
Verse 15
He's the wiz
Verse 16

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