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DOOLEY JONES
Dr. Hook


Dooley Jones was doomed since the day that he was born

All because his mama was Sadie Jones

Cruel words upon him ever since he was young

You ain't got no daddy boy you ain't no man's son


Children heard the facts at home

Talked them up in school

Teased him 'til his mind was bent and bruised

(you ain't got no daddy Dooley Jones)


Weight upon his shoulder

A thorn stuck in his soul

His body walks and talks

But his mind has no control


Dooley Jones, Dooley Jones

You're no man's son, you're no mans child

Spring time satisfaction

This infants heart is wild


Dooley walks the highways

Every day for miles

Babbling to birds flying by

(Babbling to the birds as they fly by)


Somewhere some man hides his eyes

'Cause Dooley is his child

Son of seasons pleasure

Forever runnin' wild


Dooley Jones, Dooley Jones

You're no man's son, you're no man's child

Spring time satisfaction

This infants heart is wild


Dooley Jones, Dooley Jones

You're no man's son, you're no man's child

Spring time satisfaction

This infants heart is wild


Forever runnin' wild

Oh Dooley

Forever runnin' wild

Spring time satisfaction

Ever runnin' wild

Forever runnin' wild

Ever runnin' wild

Forever runnin' wild


DR. HOOK

Dr. Hook (& The Medicine Show) were formed in Union City, New Jersey, USA in 1968. The original lineup consisted of Ray Sawyer, Dennis Locorierre, Bill Francis, John David and George Cummings - although there were countless lineup changes over the years.

Two years after Sawyer left in 1983 the band split up. Since then Sawyer has begun touring as "Dr Hook featuring Ray Sawyer" and Locorierre has also promoted himself as "The voice of Dr Hook".

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