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Paul Simon – Hey, Schoolgirl / Black Slacks lyrics

Simon & Garfunkel - Hey Schoolgirl-Black Slacks

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P. Simon and A. Garfunkel / J. Bennett and J. Denton
From the November 28, 1969 concert at Carnegie Hall; "Hey Schoolgirl" was originally released in 1956 by P. Simon and A. Garfunkel under the name of Tom and Jerry on the Big 613 label and reached #49 on the pop charts
Art: "There's another album we were thinking of doing, our greatest hits, and, uh, if we did we thought we'd call it 'Hey Schoolgirl In The Second Row' and twelve others. We'd like to sing our first hit, of 1956."

Oo-bop-a-loo-cha-bop, you're mine
Woo-bop-a-loo-cha-bop, you're mine

Hey schoolgirl in the second row
Teacher's lookin' over so I gotta whisper way down low
I say, woo-bop-a-loo-cha-bop, let's meet
After school at three

Hey, baby, there's one thing more
School is over at half past four
Maybe when we're older, then we can date
Ooo, let's wait

Black slacks
Black slacks
Black slacks
Black slacks
Black slacks
Take it cool, daddy-o
When I put 'em on, I'm a-rarin' to go

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