and ah one, and ah two, and ah three , and ah four.....

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    rob SCHMOOOOKIN

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    dooby dooby doo
    dooby dooby doo doo
    dooby doo dooby dooby doo
    dooby dooby doo dooby dooby doo
    doo doo dooby dooby doo doo.
    tum tam taaaanaaaaaaaaapaaaaaaaan annn an.

    shooby dooby doo doo
    dooby doo doo
    swaboody dooby dooby doo.
    wwwrat tat tat


    chaboooooooooogangonesssshhhhhhhheeeeeeeiiiiiisssssssshh
     
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    themadhippy seen it done it smokin it

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    i'll name that tune in 12
     
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    MO! MOnkey`ead!

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    niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice :MILD:
     
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    penance Arrogant Cock

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    mogadons worn off Rob?
     
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    Rory satisfied

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    is it the new Flemish drongo drumming tribe, as featured by John Peel :D :techno:
     
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    oh the sweet sweet sound europhoric tunage with naked lady's dancing in the moonlight.
     
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    A big load of "do" "do" thats all it is.
     
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