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Auntie’s Municipal Court is a song interpreted by The Monkees, released on the album The Birds, The Bees & The Monkees in 1968.

Auntie’s Municipal Court lyrics

Fine man, crazy man, he can't see
Sound of the sunset, sound of the sea
Why do the people always look at me?
Nobody here can see that

We are you, we are you
She's him, too, she's him, too
Fine man, crazy man, he can't see
Sound of the sunset, sound of the sea

Solid brass statuary guards the door
Used to come as one, now it comes as four
Somebody here just sent for more
Red and yellow cartoons saying

"We need two, we need two
More than you, more than you"
Solid brass statuary guards the door
Used to come as one, now it comes as four

Somebody stole their mind
Somebody stole their mind
They way they can't find
What is kind, what is kind

Somebody stole their mind
Somebody stole their mind
They way they can't find
What is kind, what is kind

Fine man, crazy man, he can't see
Sound of the sunset, sound of the sea
Why do the people always look at me?
Nobody here wants to see that

We are you, we are you
She's him, too, she's him, too
Fine man, crazy man, he can't see
Sound of the sunset, sound of the sea
Sound of the sunset, sound of the sea

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