Upcoming Performances

  • Sep 21
    AJ's Sports Bar,  Yorktown Hgts.
     
  • Sep 23
    JCC in Sherman,  Sherman
     
 
Jules and the Family
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Written by John Madden and Chris Curry
Jules and the Family
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Written by Julie Corbalis

Lyrics

Well I’d never seen The East side of the world Or the right half of the globe, no no no Just a little trip we take On an airplane in the sky When all you see for miles is the ocean. That’s where we talk about the things we’ve seen before Like chasin’ zebras down the African folklore Or sleepin’ with the stars in Sweden way up North You cannot top my best experience I’m sure Just a bunch of strangers meet in a city built on ruins They got no clue to what they’re doin’ that’s for sure A crazy little white haired man said he’s come to lead us down Into the history of this town if it kills him That’s where we talk about the things we’ve seen before My trip to Mexico in Spring of ’94. And although Greece is nice I miss the Jersey Shore You cannot top my best experience I’m sure Seven different islands in a span of three long weeks In a country I don’t speak the language Change my money, learn to say “Yasso” as the natives all walk by And I no longer wonder why they don’t like me It’s ‘cuz I talk about the things I’ve seen before I preach America’s the best but I’m not sure And though it’s cheap here I wish dollars were worth more You cannot top my best experience I’m sure A week and change into the trip and I’m feelin’ so rundown We spent our drachmas in Old Town and we’re tired, so tired The Post Office went on strike back home our families are wonderin’ If they’ll just ever seen their daughters back on stateside. ’Cuz we longer talk of things we’ve seen before because we never want to leave Homeric tours and we realize New York can take the loss of thirty teachers who all love their summers off.
Jules and the Family
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Written by Julie Corbalis
Jules and the Family
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Written by Julie Corbalis

Lyrics

Well, it's a hundred degrees in the shade and it feels like the sun's been up for days watch the people hurry by in search of shelter from the sky in the hopes that they don't melt away There's not much one can do in this heat 'cept maybe grab your shoes and head to the street The school kids play by that old red hydrant they've imagined into a mermaid's fountain and just hope that they don't melt away (chorus) Cuz it's so hard to find some little things to cool my mind in this hot New York City night There must be some dark dive where I can drink myself into Winter time in this hot New York City night The mayor gets on TV he says we must conserve the little oil in reserve from underground But as he sleeps inside his big white castle with his blankets wrapped and his AC blastin' I can feel myself melting away chorus The animals move slowly and the people follow suit My flowers are all dying 'cuz there's no water for their roots I don't know when I turned my head and Summer turned to Fall
Jules and the Family
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Written by Julie Corbalis
Jules and the Family
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Written by Julie Corbalis

God

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Jules and the Family
0000-00-00
Written by Julie Corbalis
Jules and the Family
0000-00-00
Written by Julie Corbalis
Jules and the Family
0000-00-00
Written by Julie Corbalis
Jules and the Family
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Written by Julie Corbalis

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