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  1. Likely Story

From the recording Checkered Fool

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Eric Abate: guitar
Bob Crow: alto sax
Sylvan DuPlant: bass
Tony Proveaux: recording
Mike Zibelman: drums, vocals

Lyrics

I had commenced to sing. I heard the doorbell ring.
I had the shower hot. I didn't need no interruption, I did not.
There was a dwarf downstairs, who was a millionaire.
I shouted, "wait right there!". He didn't give no introduction.

He said, "Come on in and open the door.
don't you understand what that thing is for".
I spent a wild night in Vegas with the dish and the spoon,
And saw the dark side of the moon.
I saw the dark side of the moon.

We got into his ride. There was a party inside.
A hundred people or more, there in the back seat, on the floor.
It was a groovy crowd. The band was playin' loud.
I met a beautiful blonde, but I still got this towel on.

She said, "Come on in and open the door.
don't you understand what that thing is for".
I spent a wild night in Vegas with the dish and the spoon,
And saw the dark side of the moon.
I saw the dark side of the moon.

Well when the morning came, I had to hang my head in shame,
'Cause when I got back home, I had the landlord on the phone.
He said, "while you gone, you left the shower on.
The water ran 'til dawn, and your apartment has been flooded."

I say, "Come on in and open the door.
don't you understand what that thing is for".
I spent a wild night in Vegas with the dish and the spoon,
And saw the dark side of the moon.
I saw the dark side of the moon.