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TRAVELIN’ BAND
WITH JOHN FOGERTY
WRITER JOHN FOGERTY

Seven-thirty-seven coming out of the sky Won't you take me down to Memphis on a midnight ride I want to move Playing in a travelling band Yeah! Well, I'm flying 'cross the land, trying to get a hand Playing in a travelling band Take me to the hotel, baggage gone -- oh, well Come on, come on, won't you get me to my room I want to move Playing in a travelling band Yeah! Well, I'm flying 'cross the land, trying to get a hand Playing in a travelling band Listen to the radio talking 'bout the last show Someone got excited, had to call the state militia Want to move Playing in a travelling band Yeah! Well, I'm flying 'cross the land, trying to get a hand Playing in a travelling band Here we come again on a Saturday night With your fussing and your fighting won't you get me to the rhyme I want to move Playing in a travelling band Yeah! Well, I'm flying 'cross the land, trying to get a hand Playing in a travelling band etc.



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