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Get A Fool - Fat Randy - 4 Songs (Cassette)

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  1. Sittin' with the fat man Tryin' to get a loan Talkin' about the horses And the women that we've known Spittin' on the sidewalk Squintin' into the sun Greetin' all the people Smilin' at everyone I said "Hey, listen, Fat Man I just can't get a break Must I pay my whole life long For just one mistake? "My brother's in the armed forces My sister is.
  2. Little Criminals, an album by Randy Newman on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Randy Newman You Can't Fool The Fat Man lyrics & video: Sittin' with the fat man Tryin' to get a loan Talkin' about horses And the women that we've known Spittin' on the sidew.
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  5. Randy Newman. Produced by Russ this song is a satirical polemic against ‘Short People,’ the controversial words of which inspired both vitriol and acclaim, You Can’t Fool the Fat Man.
  6. Randy Travis' "Fool's Love Affair" isn't a deep cut or rarity from his time with Warner Bros. As it turns out, it dates back to the early s, when Travis had yet to ink a major label deal and.
  7. The Fools are a Massachusetts rock band best known for the party atmosphere of their live performances and tongue-in-cheek original songs, covers and parodies.
  8. Jun 16,  · Acoustic guitar and vocal cover of Randy Newman's song "You Can't Fool The Fat Man". Arranged by Jim Moran.
  9. "Short People" is a song by Randy Newman from his album Little Criminals. The verses and chorus seem to be a pointed attack on the short. The bridge (sung by Glenn Frey), in contrast, states "short people are just the same as you and I." Newman confirms that the song is about "prejudice," as was widely thought, but added that it was "about a lunatic".

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