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Sunday Samples 332

June 16, 2013

Today I walked from Union Station to Friendship Heights, about seven miles cutting across a wide swath of DC’s different neighborhoods. Along the way I found that Groove Armada’s album Vertigo is pretty excellent cross-city walking music. Here’s the first single off the album, “If Everybody Looked the Same”.

[You know a fella’s good]
[You know a fella’s good for the moolah]
[You know a fella’s good for the moolah]
[You know a.. you know a fella’s good]

If everybody looked the same
We’d get tired looking at each other
[You know a fella’s good for the moolah]
[You know a.. you know a fella’s good]

If everybody looked the same
We’d get tired looking at each other
[You know a fella’s good for the moolah]
[You know a.. you know a fella’s good]

If everybody looked the same
We’d get tired looking at each other
[You know a fella’s good for the moolah]
[You know a.. you know a fella’s good]

If everybody looked.. everybody looked..
Everybody looked.. everybody looked..
Everybody looked.. everybody looked..
Everybody looked.. everybody looked..
Every.. every.. every.. every.. every..

If everybody looked the same
We’d get tired looking at each other
[You know a.. you know a fella’s good]
We’d get tired looking at each other

If everybody looked the same
We’d get tired looking at each other
[You know a.. you know a fella’s good]
We’d get tired looking at each other
[You know a fella’s good for the moolah]

If everybody..
If everybody..
If everybody..
If everybody..
If everybody..
If everybody looked the same
We’d get tired looking at each other

If everybody looked the same
We’d get tired looking at each other
If everybody looked.. everybody looked..
Everybody looked.. everybody looked..
Everybody looked.. everybody looked..
Everybody looked.. everybody looked..
Every.. every.. every.. every.. every..
[You know a fella’s good for the moolah]

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