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THAT'S SHOW BIZ (Dale Wright) Dale Wright - 1958 (Sound of phone ringing) (Fraternity Records) SPOKEN: Uh, hello. Uh, I haven't had any experience, but I've written a song that my Mother thinks is pretty good and, and I think you oughta record it, because all my friends would buy it. (I'm sorry, we're not interested) But Mister! (Sorry, kid, that's Show Biz) While ridin' in my jalopy I wrote a song last night Bet you could sell a million copies Just see if I'm not right Won't you please record it, record it Ple-e-e-e-ase (Sorry, kid, that's Show Biz) It must have taken ten minutes To write this big hit song It's got a lot o' gimicks in it You just couldn't go wrong Won't you please record it, record it Ple-e-e-e-ase (Sorry, kid, that's Show Biz) But I've taken it around To guys all over town I gotta find a company That wants to take a chance on me Won't you please sign me And get behind me And let me have a hit I could, I know Got a cool, cool group Who could back me on the side Man, you'd really flip your toup, umm-umm You'll get goosebumps on your hide If you just record it, record it Ple-e-e-e-ase (Sorry, kid, that's Show Biz) Ah, come on (Instrumental Break) But I've taken it around To guys all over town I gotta find a company That wants to take a chance on me Won't you please sign me And get behind me And let me have a hit I could, I know Got a cool, cool group Who could back me on the side Man, you'd really flip your toup, yeah-yeah You'll get goosebumps on your hide If you just record it, record it Come on (Sorry, kid, that's Show Biz) SPOKEN: Well, I guess I'll just have to start my own company, Mister. (What are you gonna call your company, son?) Well, how about Flattery Label? (That's good, kid. That'll get you nowhere!) (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2011)

    





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