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Jesus on the mainline
Tell Him what you want
Jesus on the mainline
Tell Him what you want
Jesus on the mainline
Tell Him what you want
Call Him up
And tell Him what you want
(You can)
Call Him up, (I said)
Call Him up, (I said)
Tell Him what
You want
Call Him up, (I said)
Call Him up, (I said)
Tell Him what you want
Call Him up, (I said)
Call Him up, (I said)
Tell Him what you want
Call him up
And tell Him what you want
Well His line is never busy
You can tell Him what you want
His
line is never busy
You can tell Him what you want
Well His line is never busy
You can tell Him what you want
Come on, call Him up
And tell Him what you want
If you're sick and you want to get well
Well tell Him what you want
Oh, if you're sick an
D you want to get well
Tell Him what you want
Well if you're sick and you want to get well
Tell Him what you want
Come on, call Him up
And tell Him what you want
(Come on, I'm singin' it)
Call Him up (call Him up)
Call Him up (call Him up)
Tell H
Im what you want
(You got to)
Call Him up (call Him up)
Call Him up (call Him up)
And tell Him what you want
Call Him up
Call Him up
Tell Him what you want
Call Him up
And tell Him (somebody tell Him)
What (somebody tell)
You (somebody tell Him
What you want)
Want
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