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I was born in Dallas in 1952,
Lee Harvey moved across the street on Bentley Avenue,
He used to throw the ball to me when I was just a kid,
They say he shot the president---I don't think he did.

Cho: And Lee Harvey was a friend of mine,
He used to take me fishing all the time,
He used to throw the ball to me when I was just a kid,
They say he shot yhe president but I don't think he did.

I've seen them pictures of him with the family and a gun,
Shadows were pointin' every-which-a-way;
'Twas only just for fun,
Someone faked those photos; that's not the way it is,
They say he shot the president; I don't think he did.

I seen it on the TV when Lee Harvey got gunned down,
Murdered by Jack Ruby---the biggest sleaze in town,
He stuck that gun into his ribs;
Says, "Here's lookin' at you, kid,
Ruby killed Lee Harvey---TV proved he did!!

as sung by T.Texas Edwards and the Sickoids
Found this song on a red vinyl, 7-inch, 331/3 rpm record. Written by
"Bennison/Cotton"--Bennisongs/Ben-Jay Music(BMI). As released on
SFTRI 55---Sympathy For The Record Industry record company---4901
Virginia Ave.---Long Beach, CA. 90805

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