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Miss Maggie M'Gill, she lived on a hill.
Her daddy got drunk and left her no will
So she went down, down to Tangie Town.
People down there really like to get it on.
Now if you're sad and you're feeling blue
Go out and buy a new pair of shoes
And you go down, down to Tangie Town
The people down there really like to get it on.
Illegitimate son of a rock and roll star
Illegitimate son of a rock and roll star
Mom met dad in the back of a rock and roll car.
Well I'm an old blues man
And I think that you understand
I've been singing the blues ever since the world began.
Maggie, Maggie, Maggie M'Gill
Roll on, roll on, Maggie M'Gill
Maggie, Maggie, Maggie M'Gill
Roll on, roll on, Maggie M'Gill



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