Hello operator Can you give me number nine? Can I see you later? Will you give me back my dime? Turn the oscillator Twist it with a dollar bill Mail man bring the paper Leave it on my window sill
Find a canary A bird to bring my message home Carry my obituary My coffin doesn't have a phone How you gonna get the money? Send papers to an empty home? How you gonna get the money? Nobody to answer the phone
Writer/s: JACK WHITE
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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