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Hammerhead Stew lyrics

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Delbert Mcclinton – Hammerhead Stew lyrics

If you were over in Egypt
Way down deep on a dig
And if some mummy tried to get chummy
I'd be there to unravel his wig

If you were bungee jumpin'
And you came outta your shoes
I'd run right up and I'd catch you baby
Ain't nothin' I wouldn't do

If you were scuba divin'
And a shark came outta the blue
I'd take my pen knife and I'd end that shark's life
And fix you up some hammerhead stew

Come on let me be your hero
Somebody who can play it cool
Someone to go under the gun
And keep 'em all from messin' with you

Now if your ship was sinkin'
While you were out on a cruise
I'd cross that water in my helicopter
And baby I would rescue you

Come on let me be your hero
Somebody who can play it cool
Someone to go under the gun
And keep 'em all from messin' with you

Come on let me be your hero
Somebody who can play it cool
Someone to go under the gun
Like Sinbad in that fable
I would be there to disable
Anybody messin' with you



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