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A few days later the king and queen of the castle were invited to a ballAs they were leaving that evening the queen said to the young princeWho was the eldest of the childrenTake care of the other ones tonightAnd don’t try to find that radioWe have it hidden awayWe’ll be home by midnightAnd then she said goodbyeThe children’s mother leftAnd the party had begunAnd the children looked everywhereHigh and lowChecking to see if they could find that transistor radioThey couldn’t find it they couldn’t find itThey looked upstairs and downstairsAll through the castle and finallyAll of a sudden they heard a soundWhat is that sound is it possibleCould it be the pied piper himselfComing out of the magic transistor radioOr was it just the wind whistling by the castle windowNo one knows if the mysterious pied piper of nightWas the one who came back to visit the princes and princesses againBut if you have a transistor radio and the lights are all out some nightDon’t be very surprised if it turns to light greenAnd the whirling magic sound of the pied piper comes to visit you(bow bow)(I’m the pied piper)(bow bow bow bow bow)(in the radio)(bow bow)(I’m the pied piper)(bow bow bow bow bow)(in the radio)(bow bow)(I’m the pied piper)(bow bow bow bow bow)(in the radio)



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