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Stealers Wheel - Stuck in the Middle With You

Well, I don't know why I came here, tonight
I've got the feeling that something ain't right
I'm so scared in case I fall off my chair
And I'm wondering how I'll get down the stairs

Clowns to the left of me
Jokers to the right
Here I am
Stuck in the middle with you

Yes, I'm stuck in the middle with you
And I'm wondering what it is I should do
It's so hard to keep this smile from my face
Losing control, yeah, I'm all over the place

Clowns to the left of me
Jokers to the right
Here I am
Stuck in the middle with you

Well, you started out with nothing
And you're proud that you're a self-made man
And your family all come calling
Slap you on the back and say
Please...
Please...

Trying to make some sense of it all
But I can see it makes no sense at all
Is it cool to go to sleep on the floor
'Cause I don't think that I can take anymore

Clowns to the left of me
Jokers to the right
Here I am
Stuck in the middle with you

Well, you started out with nothing
And you're proud that you're a self-made man
And your family all come calling
Slap you on the back and say
Please...
Please...

Well, I don't know why I came here, tonight
I've got the feeling that something ain't right
I'm so scared in case I fall off my chair
And I'm wondering how I'll get down the stairs

Clowns to the left of me
Jokers to the right
Here I am
Stuck in the middle with you
Yes, I'm stuck in the middle with you
Stuck in the middle with you
Here I am
Stuck in the middle with you

"Stuck in the Middle" is a song written and performed by Stealers Wheel which was composed of Joe Egan and Gerry Rafferty, and an ever-changing cast of other musicians. The song was released on their 1972 self-titled debut album Stealers Wheel.[1] The single sold over one million copies, climbing up to eventually number 6 in the US (in 1973) and number 8 on the UK pop charts. Due to the similar style of the vocals, many people are misled to believe that the song was done by Bob Dylan. Perhaps the most popular use of the song would be the infamous ear-cutting scene from the film Reservoir Dogs.

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