Hello Frank, how're you doing? Are you alright? Sunday morning blues, you know, just ain't the bet when you just want to lie down and have a good rest. Coz the nerves kind of get to you. When you feel kinda small and all those things moving up and down against the wall, then you tie on that bandana and you feel kind of toughpeople know you knowthat life is really of roughand your mama comes and hits you with a plastic telephone and she's gone and told you, you're not even home and she has called you. On that telephone on that telephone on that telephone.Your mum said you weren't home, she called you on the telephone, your mum told you weren't homeOh mama what did you do? Oh mama what did you do? She thinks I'm with her. I'm gonna get blue. I'm gonna cut my throat. I'm gonna smash my head. I'm gonna jump into the bath. I'm gonna lie in bed.Well anyway that never happened, because... one day... religion came to stay, oh yeah religion come to stay, oh yeah bad vibes they've gone all away. Religion came to stay, all right what you tell rastafar, I tell you god there in the heaven and he looks after you and that's what they say:Well I'm telling you from the southern united states of america, that god and christ are in your body and they're living with you. Dominus, vosbicum etu spiritu tuum. All right, let's pray! Let us pray! oh po po po jojó ! Let us pray! Ah ja ja ja Let us pray! Break break Baby pray for usJesus Christ, won't you pray for us? I think we're there. Oh, no maybe not (doesn't matter) keep on well you know. These songs get kinda long especially when they call me on the telephone. Well I've been thinking about things but I've forgotten of what I thought, so I think I'll just go on and sing this:

Oh baby stand by me… Oh no no… No woman no cry… Oh no… La rubia tarada!...