A Cry In A Jungle Bar lyrics

Little River Band

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by Glenn Shorrock and John Boylan
I heard a cry in a jungle bar,
I looked around to see
if there was anyone needing help,
it seems that someone's in agony.
You hear a lot in a place like this,
watch them come, watch them go,
it all becomes just a part of the crowd,
another part of the show.
Rock'n'roll and me are doing alright,
we've been together now every night,
I still don't know if I'm doing it right,
I'll sing my song and you cross my palm with silver.
I play guitar in a jungle bar,
here on the edge of the world,
try to forget all the things I lost,
still don't know what they were worth.
Then I heard that cry again,
I knew I couldn't be wrong,
same old face and that crazy voice,
singing that same old song.
He sang - rock'n'roll and me are doing alright,
we've been together now every night,
I still don't know if I'm doing it right,
you sing my song and I'll cross your palm with silver.
Solo
"Are you gonna keep hiding here ?
Come back with me and the band."
He tried to rise and fell back in his seat,
I had to answer the man, I said ...
Rock'n'roll and me are doing alright,
we've been together now every night,
still don't know if I'm doing right,
I'll sing my song and you cross my palm, because ...
Rock'n'roll and me are doing alright,
we've been together now every night,
I still don't know if I'm doing it right,
I'll sing my song and you cross my palm with silver.

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