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AEIOU Sometimes Y

This song is by Ebn Ozn and appears on the album Feeling Cavalier (1984) and on the compilation Living in Oblivion: The 80's Greatest Hits, Volume 3 (1994).

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Toto, I don't think we're in Kansas anymore

I was walking up Broadway, you know
And there's this incredible looking Swedish girl having a cappuccino across the street from Lincoln Center
I started talking to her, you know
And she said her name was Lola
Her English wasn't too good, you know
But we wound up spending about 5 hours together just hanging out, you know
So we go back to my place, we get high, and we get really into each other, man
It was love about to happen, I'm serious
And then all of a sudden she gets up and she says
She says, "Hey, I really gotta leave"

Sometimes Y

There are 178 parent languages on our planet with over 1000 dialects
It's amazing we communicate at all
Languages and dialects, with this one thing in common:

Sometimes Y
Sometimes Y!


(A-E-I-O-U, sometimes Y)

So, you know, I was really flipped out, you know
And she asked me if I'm angry or something
I said, "Of course I'm angry"
Man, this isn't high school or anything, you know
So I'm feeling really cavalier
And I say "Ah, call me, you know, if you want to"
Huh, yeah, call me if you want to
So she rang me up and she says, "Hey! Do you wanna go out?"
Huh, do I wanna go out?

Sometimes Y
Sometimes Y

Operator! Operator! What's happening, operator?
Mommy? Mommy, Mommy! Where are you, Mommy?
I can't see you
I can't see you, Mommy!

All artists potentially are the victims of their desire to be unique
Just observe it
Don't fight it
Work it (Work it)
Work it (Work it)
Work it

Yeah, she took me home, man, she threw me all around the room, man
I mean this chick was really hot, she was nice to me, you know
She let me keep on my cowboy boots and everything
She was alright
Oh, oh, oh, oh-oh-oh
Oh, yeah! (Yeah)
Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh!

I dare you to play this record (I dare you to play this record)
(I dare you to play this record) I dare you to play this record

Sometimes Y
Sometimes Y
Sometimes Y

Anyway, so she took me home
And she splattered my brains
I told her I wouldn't sleep with her friends, she doesn't sleep with my friends
Anything else you do, you know, don't you tell me
Yeah, Lola, Lola, Lola, Lola

Written by:

Ned Liben and Robert Rosen

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