Hello Joe

Album: Smack Smash (2004)
  • Hello hello Joe it all went wrong
    But I know I'm not alone
    Play this tune all over the town
    Hello hello Joe I keep on strumming
    And I know I'll get it done
    Cause I'm not the only one

    I got it playing on my stereo who
    I'm never ever gonna let it go
    And I try to sing along
    And I know I can't go wrong
    Oh no no

    Hello hello Joe I'd like to have advice
    But you won't tell
    I strain my ears to straight to hell
    Down in London town
    In these times of war
    You won't raise your voice no more

    It's still playing on my stereo
    I'm never ever gonna let it go
    And I try to sing along
    And I know I can't go wrong

    Hello hello Joe
    Yeah!
    Am I not the only one?
    Yeah!
    Am I the only, am I the only one?

    It's not over, it's just begun
    Try to sing along

    I got it playing on my stereo who
    I'm never ever gonna let it go

    Hello hello Joe
    Hello hello Joe Writer/s: ARNIM TEUTOBORG-WEISS, BERND KURTZKE, PETER BAUMANN, THOMAS GOETZ, TORSTEN SCHOLZ
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing
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