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Maxwell's Silver Hammer

Lennon, McCartney / the Beatles: Abbey Road (1969)

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Joan was quizzical, studied pataphysical science in the home,
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late night all alone with a test tube, oh, oh, oh, oh.
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Maxwell Edison, majoring in medicine, calls her on the phone.
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Can I take you out to the pictures, Jo-o-o-oan?
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But, as she's getting ready to go, a knock comes from the door:
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Bang! Bang! Maxwell's silver hammer came down upon her head.
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Clang! Clang! Maxwell's silver hammer made sure that she was dead.
 
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Back in school again, Maxwell plays the fool again, teacher gets annoyed.
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Wishing to avoid an unpleasant sce-e-e-ene.
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She tells Max to stay when the class has gone away, so he waits behind.
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Writing fifty times "I must not be so-o-o-o.
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But, when she turns her back on the boy, he creeps up from behind:
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Bang! Bang! Maxwell's silver hammer came down upon her head.
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Clang! Clang! Maxwell's silver hammer made sure that she was dead.
 
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P.C. thirtyone said "We've caught a dirty one.", Maxwell stands alone.
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Painting testimonial pictures, oh - oh, oh - oh.
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Rose and Valerie, screaming from the gallery, say he must go free.
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The judge does not agree And he tells them so-o-o-o.
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But, as the words are leaving his lips, a noise came from behind:
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Bang! Bang! Maxwell's silver hammer came down upon his head.
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Clang! Clang! Maxwell's silver hammer made sure that he was dead.


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