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Well I heard John say, "Man, she's my gal"
I heard another say, "Man, she my pal"
Well John jumped up, then he screamed
"Well-she's may gal, man, and that I mean"

Well, who-who, who slapped John?
Who-who, who slapped John?
Baby, who slapped John when the lights went low-oh?
Who-who, who slapped John?
(Jump...go cats go, all you cats cool it, etc.)

Well, the lights went on, then went off
John got slapped tryin' to hold his own
Well, who-who, who slapped John?
Who-who, who slapped John?
Baby, who slapped John when the lights went low-oh?
Who-who, who slapped John? (Jump...more of Dickie's adlibs)

Well I heard John say, "Man, she's my gal"
I heard another say, "Man, she my pal"
Well John jumped up, then he screamed
"She's may gal, man, and that I mean"

Well, who-who, who slapped John?
Who-who, who slapped John?
Baby, who slapped John when the lights were low-oh?
Who-who, who slapped John?
(Jump...go-go-go John go, etc.)

Well, the lights went on, then went off
John got slapped tryin' to hold his own
Well, who-who, who slapped John?
Who-who, who slapped John?
Baby, who slapped John when the lights went low-oh?
Who-who, who slapped John?



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