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Tom had a job in a town outside the city
Was working very hard
Life was lookinvery pretty
Nothing going wrong
With the rockabilly Song
That the radio was playing
But then came around
The Rockn Roll beggining
Tom left the Town and got
Into the singin
Nothing was the same since
He read a book
Saying "Wheels are freedom"
Rockn Roll stole my soul
Rochindown the River like a rolling stone
Rockn Roll stole my soul
Rockindown the river like a rolling stone
Tom had a band and made
A good a livin
Toured all the land
His dreams had been fulfilling
Was bringing in some cash
But spend it all on hash
That's when his life began to bend
Times were looking bad
He was lying in a clinic
He lost all he had
The world was looking cynic
His innocence was gone
But it didn't take him long
Now hes singin
On the street
The song of his defeat
Oh, yeah
Beans, Beans
The Musical fruit
The more you eat
The more you toot
The more you toot
The better you feel
So lets have beans for every meal

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