Live!!! (2004) Lyrics

  1. “Monkees Theme” (Boyce, Hart)
  2. “Little Bit Me Little Bit You” (Diamond)
  3. “Valleri” (Boyce, Hart)
  4. “Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)” (Diamond)
  5. “Papa Gene’s Blues” (Nesmith)
  6. “Girl (From The Brady Bunch)” (Fox, Gimbel)
  7. “She Hangs Out” (Barry)
  8. “I’ll Love You Forever” (Jones)
  9. “Bright Side Of The Road” (Morrison)
  10. “On The Road With Archie & Edith” (None)
  11. “Wasted Days & Wasted Nights” (Duncan, Fender, Meaux)
  12. “Meatloafy” (Steinman)
  13. “Nice To Be With You” (Goldstein)
  14. “Band Introductions” (None)
  15. “Listen To The Band” (Nesmith)
  16. “(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone” (Boyce, Hart)
  17. “Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t” (Austin, Jordan)
  18. “Daydream Believer” (Stewart)
  19. “No Time” (Cicalo)
  20. “I’m A Believer” (Diamond)
  21. “Monkees Theme” (None)

“Monkees Theme” Lyrics

???: And now, put your hands together, for the King Kong of The Monkees, Mr. Davy Jones!

[instrumental]

Davy: Why do you always have to add a little bit at the end? It’s like you’re building a shed back there or something. And Eric! I have this earpiece in my ear so I can hear my own voice, okay? And you’re going psdfpsdfspghsdfp! And it’s all of the microphones too! It’s ridiculous! That was very—a heck of an introduction, innit? Right, really, really. So we’ve had lots of requests tonight, but we gonna sing anyway, okay? We got some uh, we got Monkees songs.
???: Oh yeah.
Davy: Have we got a lot of Monkees songs?
???: Oh yeah.
Davy: Well, we better get going, because we’ve only got about an hour. Are you ready to do one?
???: Ready!

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“Little Bit Me Little Bit You” Lyrics

Davy: This is a song written by Mr. Neil Diamond. This one’s called “A Little Bit Me, And A Little Bit You”.

Ah, walk out, girl, don’t you walk out
’Cause we’ve got things to say
Talk out, let’s have a talk out
And things will be okay

I say girls, I don’t want to fight (La la-la, la-la la la-la) (La la-la, la-la la la-la)
Well, I’m a little bit wrong (La la-la, la-la la la-la)
You’re a little bit right (La la-la, la-la la la-la)
Well, I say girls, you know that it’s true (La la-la, la-la la la-la) (La la-la, la-la la la-la)
Well, it’s a little bit me (It’s a little bit me)
It’s a little bit you, too

I don’t know just what I said wrong
Girls, I apologize
Don’t go, here’s where you belong
So wipe your tears from your eyes

I say girls, I don’t want to fight (La la-la, la-la la la-la) (La la-la, la-la la la-la)
Well, I’m a little bit wrong (La la-la, la-la la la-la)
And you’re a little bit right (La la-la, la-la la la-la)
Well, I say girls, you know that it’s true (La la-la, la-la la la-la) (La la-la, la-la la la-la)
Well, it’s a little bit me (It’s a little bit me)
It’s a little bit you, too

[break]
Arriba arriba arriba! Woo hoo hoo! Wee hoo! Arriba arriba arriba!

Well, I say girl, I don’t want to fight (La la-la, la-la la la-la) (La la-la, la-la la la-la)
Well, I’m a little bit wrong (La la-la, la-la la la-la)
You’re a little bit right (La la-la, la-la la la-la)
Well, I say girl, you know that it’s true (La la-la, la-la la la-la) (La la-la, la-la la la-la)
Well, it’s a little bit me (A little bit me)
It’s a little bit you, too

Davy: Hey! Here we go! One more time!

A little bit me (Oh, a little bit me)
A little bit you (Oh, a little bit you)
A little bit me (Oh, a little bit me)
A little bit you (Oh, a little bit you)
A little bit me (Oh, a little bit me)
A little bit you (Oh, a little bit you)
A little bit me (Oh, a little bit me)
A little bit you

???: One, two, three, four.

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“Valleri” Lyrics

Valleri
Valleri

Well, there’s a girl I know
She makes me feel so good
And I wouldn’t live without her
Even if I could

Valleri
I love her
Valleri

Whoa yeah
Come on now
Yeah
Wow!

Davy: Ow! Friggin’ hurt! I’m not doing that any more. Ahh! No way!

She’s the same little girl who used to
Hang around my door
But she sure looks different than
The way she looked before

Valleri
Love her
Valleri

???: Yaaaa!
Davy: Woo!

I love her
Valleri
Valleri

Davy: More, more! More, more!

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“Look Out (Here Comes Tomorrow)” Lyrics

Davy: Here’s a song I used to sing on the Monkees show. This is not something that I think was on the radio, but we used to do it all the time on the TV. It’s called “Look Out, ’Cause Here Comes Tomorrow”.

Well, look out, here comes tomorrow
That’s when I have to choose
How I wish I could borrow
Someone else’s shoes

Now Mary, oh, what a sweet girl (Mary, oh)
Lips like strawberry pie (Lips like strawberry pie)
And Sandra, long hair and beat girl (Sandra, oh)
Can’t make up my mind

Well, I see all kinds of sorrow
Wish I only loved one
Look out, here comes tomorrow
Oh, how I wish tomorrow would never come

Davy: Oh! Yeah!
[break]

Well, I see all kinds of sorrow
Wish I only loved one
Look out, here comes tomorrow
Oh, how I wish tomorrow would never come, oh!

Mary, Mary, I love you
Sandra, ha, Sandra loves Mary
What can you do?

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“Papa Gene’s Blues” Lyrics

Davy: Hey, you notice, the thing about those songs from the sixties, you notice how short they were?

No heartaches felt, no longer lonely
Nights of waiting finally won me
Happiness that’s all rolled up in you
And now with you as inspiration
I look toward a destination
Sunny, bright that once before was blue

I have no more than I did before
But now I’ve got all that I need
’Cause I love you, and I know you love me

So take my hand, I’ll start my journey
Free from all the helpless worry
That besets a man when he’s alone
For strength is mine when we’re together
And with you, I know I’ll never
Have to pass the high road for the low

I have no more than I did before
Now I’ve got all that I need
’Cause I love you, and I know you love me

Davy: Oh, pick it, Luther!
???: Oh, ho!
???: Wee hoo!
[break]

Have no more than I did before
But now I’ve got all that I need
’Cause I love you, and I know you love me
Yes, I love you, and I know you love me

???: Yeah!

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“Girl (From The Brady Bunch)” Lyrics

Davy: Why don’t we just sing the Marcia Brady tune, the “Girl” song, okay, you ready for it? You ready? We’re going to do the little dance they did too. That’s what she did, wasn’t it?

Girl, look what you’ve done to me
Me, and my whole world
Girl, you’ve brought the sun to me
With your smile
You did it, girl

I’m telling you, girl — Hey, wait a minute!
Something unknown to me — She wants a picture with us too
Makes you what you are — Thanks, sweetheart
And what you are
Is all that I want for me
And it’s good to feel that way, girl

Thank you girl, for making the night time nicer
(Thank you) Girl, for making the day time brighter
(Thank you) Girl, for making a better world for me

I’m telling you, girl
Something unknown to me
Makes you what you are
And what you are
Is all that I want for me
And it’s good to feel that way, girl

Thank you girl, for making the night time nicer
(Thank you) Girl, for making the day time brighter
(Thank you) Girl, for making a better world for me

Thank you girl, for making the winter warmer
Girl, for making the music softer
Girl, for making a better world for me
Thank you girl

Davy: Yeah! Woo!

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“She Hangs Out” Lyrics

Davy: Hey, do you remember, do you remember when I did the Monkees show, when I did that little dance? Like that. I still do it. Yeah!

Well, do the ronde-ronde
Do the rond-rond
She hangs out
She hangs out

Well, how old you say your sister was? (Sister was, sister was)
Well, how old you say your sister was? (Sister was, sister was)
You know you’d better keep an eye on her (Eye on her, eye on her)

Wow! Do the ronde-ronde
Do the rond-rond
She hangs out
She hangs out

I heard you taught your sister the boogaloo (Boogaloo, boogaloo)
I heard you taught your sister the shing-a-ling too (Shing-a-ling too, shing-a-ling too)
Woo! She can teach you a thing or two (Thing or two, thing or two)

Whoa, do the ronde-ronde
Do the rond-rond
She hangs out
She hangs out

Well, she hangs out, hangs out
Every night, every night
You know you best get down here on the double
Before she gets her pretty little self in trouble

She’s ah (Doo doo-doo doo) She’s so fine, yeah
(Doo doo-doo doo) She’s all mine, yeah

[break]
???: Woo hoo!

She hangs out
She hangs out

Well, how old you say your sister was? (Sister was, sister was)
Well, how old you say your sister was, ah? (Sister was, sister was)
You know you better keep an eye on her (Eye on her, eye on her)

Woo! Do the ronde-ronde
Do the rond-rond
She hangs out
She hangs out
She hangs out, yeah!
She hangs out

Wow! Do the ronde-ronde
Do the rond-rond
She hangs out

Davy: Yeah!

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“I’ll Love You Forever” Lyrics

Davy: Uh-uh, I chose this song to sing ’cause it’s the best song I ever wrote. No, it’s a love song. It’s for each and every one of ya. It’s actually for all those girls, and guys, that used to keep my picture on their bedroom wall. And they said they’d love me forever.

I’ll love you this year
I’ll love you next year
And then forever

I’ll always need you
I’ll never leave you
Love you forever

And if you ever change your mind
Think again and give me time
For you’re my first love
You are my last love
You’re my forever

I love this feeling
My heart is beating
A mile a minute

No other woman
Has ever been
So deep inside in it

And when the sun shines on our love
That’s when I thank the Lord above
For you’re my first love
You are my last love
You’re my beginning

Davy: Come on, Magic Fingers. Play my song.
[break]

And when the sun shines on our love
That’s when I thank the Lord above
For you’re my first love
You are my last love
You are my everlasting love

You are my first love
You are my last love
You’re my forever
And always
And then some more after that

Davy: Thank you. Thank you very much.

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“Bright Side Of The Road” Lyrics

???: One, two, one two three four.
Davy: Yeah!

From the dark end of the street
To the bright side of the road
We’ll be lovers once again
On the bright side of the road

Little darling, come with me (Little darling, come with me)
And help me share my load (Help me share my load)
From the dark end of the street
To the bright side of the road

Whoa, into this life we’re born
And sometimes, we don’t know why
But time seems to go by so fast
With the twinkling of an eye

Davy: Sing it, Laura! Have a great night!

Let’s enjoy it while we can (Let’s enjoy it while we can)
And help me sing my sing (Help me sing my song)
From the dark end of the street
To the bright side of the road

Davy: Come on now! Let’s have a solo!
[break]

Oh-ho, into this life we’re born
Sometimes, we don’t know why
But time seems to go by so fast
With the twinkling of an eye

Let’s enjoy it while we can (Let’s enjoy it while we can)
And help me sing my sing (Help me sing my song)
From the dark end of the street
To the bright side of the road
To the bright side of the road
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
To the bright side of the road
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
To the bright side of the road

Davy: Thank you. Thank you very much. Well, for you music connoisseurs, that, of course, was a song written by Mr. Van Morrison, sung by Davy Jones. Ha ha ha. Oh, those rare songs once in a while. Actually, I heard that song years and years ago.

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“On The Road With Archie & Edith” Lyrics

Davy: Hey, what about this band then, are they alright? Are they good or what? Come on, folks. So listen, here’s the deal. We, we have this tour bus that we occasionally go on, it’s right now being, it’s being, it’s being repossessed, but we-we-we’re working on it. We have this tour bus, right, and so, it’s unbelievable. It’s got like twelve bunks in it, and we, you know, we all choose the bunks, and we each, and we, off we go, we come back about six months later. But you know, on-on-on the bunk we all sort of got these rooms the back with like sorta video games. He’s always playing the bloody games, so you can’t play nothing in the back there. But, it’s like, you can’t watch movies, but sometimes when we all get together, um, we-we sort of like mess about and do, do bits, and pieces and we show off with each other, and the other night, they were doing this thing from All in the Family, right?
???: Mm-hmm.
Davy: Okay?
???: Yeah.
Davy: You gonna do it?
???: Yeah.
Davy: Okay, here’s the deal. G—he’s gonna, he’s gonna play Edith, of course, do the Edith thing. Right. And he’s playing Archie, Archie, you know, talks like this, you know, hey, what’s you’se doing, you know. I’ve only been in the country two days, I’m speakin’ the language. It’s unbelievable. So anyway, what happens is Gloria, the daughter, is gonna have a baby, okay. So, Edith has gotta go up into the attic to get some supplies. She’s gotta go way up into the attic to get supplies.
???: Way up in the attic.
Davy: Way up in the attic to get supplies. There she goes, up into the attic. There’s plaster falling off the ceiling. She’s far too high in the attic. Oh, there comes a foot through the ceiling. Anyway, so he’s waiting for his beer, she’s gone up to get supplies ’cause Gloria’s going to have a baby. Okay, take it from there. The same as you did the other night.
???: Okay.
Davy: Mind you, I had seventeen lemonades, and it was funny then.
???: Are you going to laugh the same way that you did the other day?
Davy: No, uh, no, I can’t wet myself on stage.
???: Oh, okay.
???: Edith! Edith Bunker, where are you, Edith Bunker? I been lookin’ for you all day! You know, if they invented a pill for dingbats, she’d have a lifetime subscription over these, you know what I mean? Oh, Edith, oh please, Edith, my eyes, Edith, please don’t, please don’t shake like that, you kinda resemble a sack full of ferrets havin’ a fight. Now Edith, I see a beautifully set dinner table with the flowers and the napkins and the placemats and the beer, everything, there’s no dinner on it, Edith! And there’s no beer in the beer glass, the most important thing But where have you been all day, that’s the question.
???: Well, Archie, you know Gloria just had the baby. Yeaaah. Yeaaah. Ohhh. Ohhh. So I was upstairs with Sybil Gooley looking for the bassinet. Yeaaah.
???: I got your Sybil Gooley right here, Edith. Now, Edith, bassinet?
???: Yes. Yes.
???: Edith, you know he ain’t old enough to play one of those yet. Now would you kindly stifle your big bad self and get the dinner on the table there, huh?
Davy: Ha ha. Oh ha ha. Oh man. Ha ha. I can’t wait ’til we get to E.R., whatever that was. We do operations and everything on the stage. It’ll be wonderful.

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“Wasted Days & Wasted Nights” Lyrics

Davy: Okay, you ready then, maestro?

Ah, wasted days and wasted nights
I have left for you behind
For you don’t belong to me
You heart belongs to someone else

Ah, why should I keep loving you
When I know that you’re not true?
And why should I call your name
When you’re to blame
For making me blue?

Don’t you remember the day
When you went away
And left me — I’m talking to you, Laura
I was so lonely
Prayed for you only
My love

Why should I keep loving you
When I know that you’re not true?
And why should I call your name
When you’re to blame
For making me blue?

Davy: Me, solo, me!

[break]

Don’t you remember the day
When you went away
And left me
I was so lonely
Prayed for you only
My love

Why should I keep loving you
When I know that you’re not true?
And why should I call your name
When you’re to blame
For making me blue?

Davy: Whoa!

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“Meatloafy” Lyrics

Davy: I noticed, hey, come out here a minute, Dave. You, you, steady, slow down, slow, slow, slow down. Whoa, big boy! My god. You know, I can see right up your nose. It’s unbelievable, you’re so big. It is a prime example of didn’t eat the vegetables, ate the bloody vegetables. Geez, you’re so—how big are you, six eight, six nine?
Dave Alexander: Six two.
Davy: You can’t be six two; I’m five eleven and a half, man, you know. Hey, what’s the deal, how do you put your belt on, with a boomerang or what? It’s unbelievable. Gee-geez, I’ve never seen, he’s so big, this guy. He’s unbelievable. He’s he’s-he’s on both sides of the family, that’s how big he is, this guy. Listen, have you got any, any special treats for us tonight?
Dave Alexander: Like an impression?
Davy: Like an impression. Something like an impression.
Dave Alexander: Yeah, I can do Meat Loaf for you.
Davy: I know you can do that, but what about an impression?
Dave Alexander: Alright, how ’bout it? Ha ha ha.

Well, I would do anything for love
I would do anything for love
I would do anything for love
But I won’t do that
Yeah!

Davy: Alright! Dave Alexander. My goodness, I got a present.

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“Nice To Be With You” Lyrics

Davy: You know something, when we did the Monkees show, I used to, as I said, fall in love. But the thing that I liked the most about the Monkees was I got to sing all those pretty little ditties. And I’d like to sing one of them for you right now.

Hey, look what you have done
Showing me the sun
And now it’s shining though
It’s nice to be with you

Davy: I’ve seen more of you tonight than I’ve seen my family in the last three years.

Hey, I like the things you say
And I like the way
You do the things you do
It’s so nice to be with you

Each time that I give my heart to someone new
Well, they just turn it blue
But this time is my time (This time)
And my time is all the time I have to be with you (My time)

So please, never go away
Say you’re going to stay
And make my dreams come true
It’s so nice to be with you

[break]

Each time that I give my heart to someone new
They just turn it blue
But this time is my time (This time)
And my time is all the time I have to be with you (My time)

So please, never go away
Say you’re gona stay
You’ll make my dreams come true
It’s so nice to be with you
With you
It’s nice to be with you

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“Band Introductions” Lyrics

Davy: Sandy Gennaro on the drums, folks. Hey, and what about the, the white trash trio over here, look at those guys. Dancing, singing fools. And Miss Aviva Maloney, who does a bit of everything. Yeah, yeah. This is, this is Dave Robicheux right here. He’s, he’s from Boston, Boston, Massachusetts. He doesn’t look it, but he’s one of the oldest members of the, of the band. Yeah, yeah. When he first went to school, they weren’t doing history, were they? You’re making it, right? No problem. And this is Mark Clarke here, my mate, he’s, he’s from Liverpool, England. He’s pretty old too. You used to sit behind Jesus in class, didn’t you? Right. Very old. And you’ve met Dave, so have I got everybody covered now?
Band: Yeah, yeah.
Davy: Okay. Alright.

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“Listen To The Band” Lyrics

Davy: One, two, listen to the band!

Weren’t they good?
They made me happy
I think I can make it alone

Hey, hey, mercy woman
Plays a song and no one listens
I need help, I’m falling again

Play the drum a little bit louder
Tell me I can’t live without her
If I only listen to the band
Listen to the band

Weren’t they good?
They made me happy
I think I can make it alone

Davy: Yeah!

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“(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone” Lyrics

Davy: Hey!

I, I, I, I, I’m not your steppin’ stone
I, I, I, I, I’m not your steppin’ stone

Wow! You’re tryin’ to make your mark in society
You’re usin’ all the tricks that you used on me
You’re readin’ all them high-fashion magazines
The clothes you’re wearin’, girl, are causin’ public scenes

I said I, I, I, I, I’m not your steppin’ stone (Not me, girl!)
I, I, I, I, I’m not your steppin’ stone (Yeah!)
I’m not your steppin’ stone
I’m not your steppin’ stone
Not your steppin’ stone
I’m not your steppin’ stone

I, I, I, I, I’m not your steppin’ stone (Ahh!)

When I first met you, girl, you didn’t have no shoes
But now you’re walkin’ ’round like you’re front page news
Well, you’ve been awful careful ’bout the friends you choose
But you won’t find my name in your book of Who’s Who

I, I, I, I, I’m not your steppin’ stone
I, I, I, I, I’m not your steppin’ stone (No!)
I’m not your steppin’ stone
I’m not your steppin’ stone
I’m not your steppin’ stone
I’m not your steppin’ stone
I’m not your steppin’ stone

Step, step, steppin’ stone
Step, step, steppin’ stone
Step, step, steppin’ stone
Step, step, steppin’ stone
Step, step, steppin’ stone
Step, step, steppin’ stone
Step, step, steppin’ stone
I, I’m not your steppin’ stone

Davy: Woo!

Step, step, steppin’ stone
Step, step, steppin’ stone
Step, step, steppin’ stone
Step, step, steppin’ stone

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“Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t” Lyrics

Davy: Hey, you know something? I gotta tell you. You know, when I first started out in-in England, in entertainment, it was, it was because my sisters used to run the youth club at the church, and my mum used to play the organ at the church, and then it came, sort of summer time, we did all the shows, and my sisters sort of were in it, and I was in it, and my mum played the piano and. It was kind of, kind of down home stuff, you know, it was no other kind of activities that we were able to, to do when we were little kids in England. You know, this is back in the late fifties and early sixties and stuff, and I, it wasn’t until—my mum died in 1960, and I was fourteen years old, and I, that’s when I left home, ’cause I couldn’t, I couldn’t deal with that, but um, my sisters presented me with some records a little time back, that were my mum’s records, and I had no idea that she used to like that kind of music, and I guess it was forties, fifties, or before that, swing music, and so, I thought maybe um, as um, as we’ve got one expectant mother at least out there tonight, Gregory over there, see Gregory. He—over there on the end, the saxophone player, the saxophonist way back there, yeah. His wife, his wife is going to, going to have a baby you’re going to say just one big hello and tell her how much you love her.
Gregory: Hello Katerina, I love you.
Davy: That’s what happened when they met, and this is what’s happening now. You know? She’s eight months pregnant. Ha ha. Right. So, I’m going to dedicate this to Katerina and all the other mothers in the audience.

Now I’ve got a girl who is always late
Every time we have a date
But I love her
Yes, I love her, yeah

I’m gonna go up to her gate
And see if I can’t get it straight
Because I want her
Yes, I want her, yeah

Davy: Don’t blow it, they want more money.

Is you is or is you ain’t my baby?
The way you’re actin’ lately makes me doubt
Now you is my baby, baby
It seems the fire in your heart don’t burn out

A woman is a creature who has always been strange
Just when you’re sure of one thing
She goes and makes a change, yeah

Is you is or is you ain’t my baby?
Or has my baby found somebody new?
Or is my baby still my baby true?

Now is you is or is you ain’t my baby?
The way you’re actin’ lately makes me doubt
Now you is my baby, baby
It seems the fire in your heart don’t burn out

A woman is a creature who has always been strange
Just when you’re sure of one thing
She goes and makes a change, yeah

Is you is or is you ain’t my baby?
Or has my baby found somebody new?
Or is my baby still my baby true?
Yeah

[break]
Davy: Honey, lamb, honey, babe. Yee hee.

A woman is a creature who has always been strange
Just when you’re sure of one thing
She goes and makes a change, yeah

Is you is or is you ain’t my baby?
Or has my baby found somebody new?
Or is my—Hey! The horns, too!

[break]

A woman is a creature who has always been strange
Just when you’re sure of one thing
She goes and makes a change, yeah

Is you is or is you ain’t my baby?
Or has my baby found somebody new?
Or is my baby still my baby true? Dah-dah doo
Or is my baby still my baby true? I’m talking to you
Or is my baby still my baby true?
Yeah

Davy: Woo! Listen, this is my favorite Monkees song. If you don’t like it, you don’t like apple pie.

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“Daydream Believer” Lyrics

Oh, I could hide ’neath the wings
Of the bluebird as she sings
The six o’clock alarm would never ring
But it rings, and I rise
Wipe the sleep out of my eyes
My shaving razor’s cold, and it stings

Cheer up, Sleepy Jean
Oh, what can it mean
To a daydream believer
And a homecoming queen?

Well, you once thought of me
As a white knight on his steed
Well, now you know how happy I can be
And our good times start and end
Without dollar one to spend
But how much, baby, do we really need?

Cheer up, Sleepy Jean
Oh, what can it mean
To a, a daydream believer
And a homecoming queen?

Cheer up, Sleepy Jean
Oh, what can it mean
To a, a daydream believer
And a homecoming queen?

Davy: Hey, do it one more time, we want everybody singing, get in the mood to win money, okay, we’re going out there.

Cheer up, Sleepy Jean (Come on!)
Oh, what can it mean (Come on, Sally, you can do it)
To a daydream believer
And a homecoming queen?

Davy: Alright, by Job, they’ve done it!

Cheer up, Sleepy Jean
Oh, what can it mean
To a, a daydream believer
And a homecoming queen?

Davy: Thanks a lot everybody. Have a great night. If I’ve offended anybody, I don’t care. ’Cause you can’t catch me! Actually, you know, actually, I’m not finished yet. Because, no, really, honestly. Alright.

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“No Time” Lyrics

Davy: Have we got any time at all?
???: We’ve got no time!
Davy: No time? That’ll be the one, go ahead.
???: No time!

Haber raber seebasoaken, hobasoaken snick
Reeber soaken hobosoaken, what did you expect?

No time (No time, no time at all)
No time for you, babe (No time, no time at all)
I got no time, baby (Ahh-ahh)
Lots of better things to do (No time, no time at all)

Well, runnin’ from the risin’ heat to find a place to hide
The grass is always greener, baby, on the other side

No time (No time, no time at all)
No time for you, babe (No time, no time at all)
I got no time, baby (Ahh-ahh)
Got lots of better things to do (No time, no time at all)
Yeah!

[break]

Well, Andy, you’re a dandy, you don’t seem to make no sense
Never mind the furthermore, the plea is self-defence

No time (No time, no time at all)
No time for you, babe, woo! (No time, no time at all)
I got no time, baby (Ahh-ahh)
Lots of better things to do (No time, no time at all)

I got no time
Said I got no time
I got no time
I said I got no time
No time, baby
Lots of better things to do
Yeah
Woo!
Woo!
Woo!

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“I’m A Believer” Lyrics

Davy: Dah dah-dah dah-dah dah. If you wouldn’t start, I’m not starting. I’m a star. Ah, dear. How you doin’?

Well, I thought love was only true in fairy tales
Meant for someone else but not for me
Ah, love was out to get me (Do do-do, do-do)
Well, that’s the way it seemed (Do do-do, do-do)
Disappointment haunted all my dreams

And then I saw her face
Now I’m a believer
Ah, not a trace
Of doubt in my mind
I’m in love (Ooh, whoa)
I’m a believer
I couldn’t leave her if I tried

Well, I thought love was more or less a givin’ thing
It seems the more I gave, the less I got
Ah, what’s the use in tryin’? (Do do-do, do-do)
All you get is pain (Do do-do, do-do)
And when I needed sunshine, I got rain

And then I saw her face
Now I’m a believer
Ah, not a trace
Of doubt in my mind — Everybody
I’m in love (Ooh, whoa)
I’m a believer
I couldn’t leave her if I tried, ah

Davy: One time! Let’s dance! Woo!

Oh, love was out to get me (Do do-do, do-do)
Well, that’s the way it seemed (Do do-do, do-do)
And disappointment haunted all my dreams

And then I saw her face
Now I’m a believer
Not a trace
Of doubt in my mind
I’m in love (Ooh, whoa)
I’m a believer
Couldn’t leave her if I tried

Then I saw her face
Now I’m a believer
Not a trace
Of doubt in my mind
Said I’m a believer, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
I’m a believer
Said I’m a believer, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
I’m a believer
And then I saw her face (Ooh, whoa)
I’m a believer
I couldn’t leave her if I tried

Davy: Yeah! Thank you! Have a great night! Don’t spend more than you can afford to lose, okay? See you later. The boys and girls in the band!

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“Monkees Theme” Lyrics

???: Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Davy Jones!

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