Hair
Graham Central Station Lyrics


People ask me everywhere
They say, is that really all your hair?
I just tell them it it ain't
Well it sho' don't mean that now I cain't
'Cause I just don't believe it's fair
To judge a man
By the length of his hair

Take two words like hip and square, well
The truth will shine and not your hair
Even the blind can damn near see
What's outside you and inside me
Down or high, truth or lie
A weak man's laugh can be
A strong man's cry

Black or blonde or nappy or fair
You can't judge nobody by hair
If I thought that you would care
I'd wear a wig up under my hair
Down or high, truth or lie
A weak man's laugh can be
A strong man's cry

People ask me everywhere
Is that really all your hair?
I just tell them if it ain't
Well, it sho' don't mean that now
I cain't

I just don't believe it's fair
To judge a man by the
Length of his hair

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rmis32

World's greatest inventions - 1. The wheel 2. Larry Graham's funky bass

Mira C.

You forgot the back scratcher 😀

tomas tomazzz

Larry graham's fu King bass

Reid Copping

You forgot number 3... Larry Graham's funky bass!

Garry Bobby Phogeson

now we're rock and rolling!

Dylan B

Ballsy putting the wheel above Larry Graham😂😂

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Alan Petty Sr

I remember that when this song came out, all the bass players here in Philly had to learn this song. If you couldn't play Hair, you were not funky.

Slim Diamond

I rocked it, Jack! Song it while playing, too.

Jeff Bunn

still true to this day;)

Kazire

Alan Petty Sr I was a bassist too !

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