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Woody Guthrie – Little Boxes Beatnik Version lyrics

Little boxes (Beatnik version)
See the beatniks in the Village
See the beatniks on Macdougal Street
See the beatniks in the Village
And they all look just the same
There's a tall one and a short one
And a white one and a Negro one
And they all go to the Village
And they all look just the same
And the boys all wear dungarees
And the girls all wear sandals
And they're all nonconformists
And they all dress just the same
And they go to the university
And they major in philosophy
And they're all deep thinkers
And they all think just the same
And they all read their Sartre
And they all read their Kierkegard
And they all talk about it
And they all sound just the same
And they all like folk music
And they dig Woody Guthrie
And just like Bob Dylan
They all sound the same
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