8 thoughts on “ Its Me Again, Margaret - Ray Stevens - He Thinks Hes Ray Stevens (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. He wet his chapped lips and he cleared his young throat Then he dialed the telephone and softly he spoke "It's me again, Margaret They got me, Margaret You ain't going to miss me Margaret, I know that But I'll miss you" And when I get out, Margaret I'm going to come over there with an egg beater And a live chicken, and some peach preserves!
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  3. It's Me Again, Margaret This song is by Ray Stevens and appears on the album He Thinks He's Ray Stevens () and on the album LIVE! (). Watch video at YouTube Well, there once was a feller named Willard McVane.
  4. Informations about the album He Thinks He’s Ray Stevens by Ray Stevens Tuesday 4 August is the date of the release of Ray Stevens new album, entitled He Thinks He’s Ray Stevens. We want to remind you some other old album preceeding this one: Boogity Boogity / Everything Is Beautiful.
  5. Lyrics to 'It's Me Again Margaret' by Ray Stevens. Well, there once was a feller named Willard McVane And he only had just one thought on his brain Every evening about midnight he'd sneak off alone And call the same lady on a telephone.
  6. Artist & Title: Ray Stevens - He Thinks He's Ray Stevens Album Grading Review Cover Sleeve: Very Good+ Vinyl Record: Very Good+ Photos are considered part of the condition/description. What you see is what you will receive. Please look over photos carefully and feel free to ask questions Label: MCA Records Cat #: MCA Released: Genre: Pop.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of He Thinks He's Ray Stevens on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country, Novelty, Vocal, Parody/5(19).
  8. Lyrics. Ray Stevens Well, there once was a feller named Willard McVane And he only had just one thought on his brain Every evening about midnight he'd sneak off alone And call the same lady on a pay telephone 'It's me again, Margaret Hello, is this Margaret? You don't know me, Margaret, but I know you.' Well, this upset the lady and it gave her the blues So she called up the police, said 'What.

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