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I said yeah and clapped at your dreams
bringing some fortune to your long haired jeans
Wishing to be the bloke of the blokes
Playing the wah-wah telling the jokes

You went out from smalltown to live with the tops
You made it to 40th on top of the pops
Lost it and now don't see crowds anymore
Regretting some blunders but ready for more

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The following comments are for "The indie bindie man"
by DrKilldare

indie bindie hurdy gurdy
like that sixties (English?) hippy song "hurdy gurdy man"... I forget who it's by... made me laugh, did this, witty look back at misspent summer of love. last line says it all... probably.

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: March 13, 2007 )

thank you auldmg..
I'm not sure if the term used is a Norwegian invention, but hurdy gurdy sounds familiar as well. The song you mention was performed by Donovan in 68, according to wiki. Hurdy gurdy is a "wheel fiddle", but nobody has yet written anything about indie bindie...

( Posted by: DrKilldare [Member] On: March 16, 2007 )

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