She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
Joe Cocker Lyrics


She came in through the bathroom window
Protected by a silver spoon
But now she sucks her thumb and wanders
By the banks of her own lagoon

Didn't anybody tell her?
Didn't anybody see?
Sunday's on the phone to Monday,
Tuesday's on the phone to me
She said she'd always been a dancer
She worked at 15 clubs a day
And though she thought I knew the answer
Well I knew what I could not say.

And so I quit the police department
And got myself a steady job
And though she tried her best to help me
She could steal but she could not rob

Didn't anybody tell her?
Didn't anybody see?
Sunday's on the phone to Monday,
Tuesday's on the phone to me
Oh yeah...

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Written by: JOHN LENNON, PAUL MCCARTNEY

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She came in through the bathroom window
Protected by a silver spoon
But now she sucks her thumb and wanders
By the banks of her own lagoon
Didn't anybody tell her?
Didn't anybody see?
Sunday's on the phone to Monday,
Tuesday's on the phone to me
She said she'd always been a dancer
She worked at 15 clubs a day
And though she thought I knew the answer
Well I knew what I could not say.
And so I quit the police department
And got myself a steady job
And though she tried her best to help me
She could steal but she could not rob
Didn't anybody tell her?
Didn't anybody see?
Sunday's on the phone to Monday,
Tuesday's on the phone to me
Oh yeah...



All comments from YouTube:

Olivia DI

In his last year’s he was in a blessed marriage of no drugs and no drinking, just making music. He use the proceeds out of the money he earned to finance an orphanage. A man with a golden heart!

Mike Williams

Hello how are you doing

youcanbesmartaskhow

Not to sound pious but it's my dream to do that

Don Smith

I'm glad he found grace in his later years and I believe anyone who does will be a giving and loving individual. Whatever God/higher power/meaning allows you to get there, I'm all for it!

cranjus mcbasketball

The only person who could do a Beatles cover that I could actually listen to. RIP

primroseburrows

I hope people DO keep covering the Beatles, otherwise their music will become something only historians hear.

MIGUEL MANZANO

@steve conn i wouldn't say that

Nenad Črnac

No,i don't dig it.

Sam Brooks

Richie Havens

steve conn

Stevie Wonder's version of We Can Work It Out and Wilson Pickett's Hey Jude are both better than the originals.

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