Call Mr. Lee

Album: Television (1992)
  • We did good on an inside job
    But now I'm down to wait
    No I can't get out.
    But you could get across with ease
    Dial 45... 41... oh oh oh
    Call Mr. Lee,
    He'll know the code is broken
    Tell him the dog is turning red
    Call Mr. Lee

    Just one little trip
    and you're sweet for life
    Help me out
    you know you can't be seen
    You could get across with ease
    Dial 45... 41... oh oh oh
    Call Mr. Lee,
    He'll know the code is broken,
    Tell him the dog is turning red
    Turning red
    Call Mr. Lee
    Call Mr. Lee

    I move inside
    The heat is wild
    Paint the windows black
    It's drip-dry time
    But you could get across with ease
    Dial 45... 41... oh oh oh
    Call Mr. Lee,
    He'll know the code is broken
    Tell him the dog is turning red
    Turning red
    Call Mr. Lee
    Tell him the dog is turning red

    Call Mr. Lee
    Call Mr. Lee
    Call Mr. Lee

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