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​Loitering In The Lobby

This song is by Eddie From Ohio and appears on the album Looking Out The Fishbowl (1999).

Loitering (loitering) loitering (loitering)
Loitering in the lobby
Loitering (loitering) loitering (loitering)
Loitering ain't a hobby
Loitering (loitering) loitering (loitering)
Julie, Mike, Eddie, & Robbie
Loitering (loitering) loitering (loitering)
Loitering in the lobby

So the straw man comes to the city of green
Says look at my field and see what I've seen
Tobacco leaves blowin' say that I'm a man who's
Upwind from Virgilina
A heart of gold but a mind of air I'm not asking for the till
My son's band played at farm aid but my plow is still
And how much longer will I keep the crows at bay?
Do you mind?

Loitering in the lobby
Loitering in the lobby
Loitering in the lobby
And Sir Walter Raleigh gave my uncle a job
Loitering in the lobby
Loitering in the lobby
Loitering in the lobby
Loitering in the lobby

So the metal man comes to the city of shame
Says I think you need to shift the blame
Cocked and locked know that I'm a card carryin'
Vet from Carolina
A tin can chest and rusty joints I'm not asking for the till
My son's band worked here part time
Till they had their fill
And how much longer will I keep the rust away
Have a heart

Loitering in the lobby
Loitering in the lobby
Loitering in the lobby
And Smith and Wesson gave my uncle a job
Loitering in the lobby
Loitering in the lobby
Loitering in the lobby
Loitering in the lobby

One man, one vote, one king, one moat, one joke

So the cat man comes to the city of waste he says
Look at my mane is this a toupee?
There's nothing to fear but fear itself
There's nothing at all but fear itself
Catnip high with a cheshire grin
I'm not asking for the till
My son worked as a page when he had time to kill
And how much longer will I keep the fear at bay

Loitering in the lobby/FD Roosevelt
Gave my door a knob

Loitering in the lobby/ and Smith and Wesson
Gave my uncle a job

Loitering in the lobby/ and Sir Walter Raleigh
Gave my uncle a job