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Chuck berry1956 released 1995 the teenkings: are you readyArrested on charges of unemployment,He was sitting in the witness standThe judge’s wife called up the district attorneySaid you free that brown eyed manYou want your job you better free that brown eyed manFlying across the desert in a twa,I saw a woman walking across the sandShe been a-walkin’ thirty miles en route to bombay.To get a brown eyed handsome manHer destination was a brown eyed handsome manWay back in history three thousand yearsBack every since the world beganThere’s been a whole lot of good women shed a tearFor a brown eyed handsome manThat’s what the trouble was brown eyed handsome manBeautiful daughter couldn’t make up her mindBetween a doctor and a lawyer manHer mother told her daughter go out and find yourselfA brown eyed handsome manThat’s what your daddy is a brown eyed handsome manMilo venus was a beautiful lassShe had the world in the palm of her handBut she lost both her arms in a wrestling matchTo get brown eyed handsome manShe fought and won herself a brown eyed handsome manTwo, three count with nobody onHe hit a high fly into the standRounding third he was headed for homeIt was a brown eyed handsome manThat won the game; it was a brown eyed handsome man

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