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JOHNNY Album: Johnny the Fox (1976) (Written by Phil Lynott) Thin Lizzy Somewhere on the waterfront Johnny's hiding with a gun Swears he'll kill any man that tells his story He's not sorry for what he's doen He broke into a drugstore To cure his daily need He didn't mean to shoot the guard But he was blinded by the greed Oh Johnny You see that nun, she's his sister She doesn't know that he's gone bad When they told it to his father It drove the old man mad Just as his mother warned him From her dying bed It's alright to lose your heart But never lose your head Oh Johnny Now the cops have got him surrounded And he doesn't stand a hope He wonders how he could be in so much trouble Over just a little dope Five to one he gets away That's the odds I'm going to give Five to four they blast him away Three to one he's going to live Oh Johnny Back in the alley where he was slain I thought I heard something move Beside the trash can lay a heart and chain The picture had been removed Just another juiced up junkie Looking for a bed It's alright to lose your heart But never lose your head Oh Johnny (Contributed by Sören Sjögren - December 2002)

    


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