Agitated

 

Atlantic City

Words and music by Bill Serfass

My name is Eugene, you got some tea for me?
And give me lots of sugar with that,
yeah give me lots of sugar with that.
Yeah thatís Frank Sinatra on the radio,
you know his son isnít as good as his dad.
You know his son isnít as good as his dad.

And next week, when my check comes in,
Iím going down to the shore
Iím going down to the shore
And itís different there and I can relax,
They treat you differently there, they treat you differently there.

And I donít drink but Iíll tell you what,
that black velvet lady likes lite beer,
That black velvet lady likes lite beer.
And Iíll have just two of those, when I get there.

Iím goiní to Atlantic City, when I get thereÖ.
they treat you differently yeah, yeah,yeah!

I was born and raised here a long time ago, long time ago.
Hey, can I get some more ice cubes,
I get the bus down at the greyhound station.
I take a bus down at the greyhound station.
Take me about a couple of hours from here. Give me more tea.
Yeah put it right there.
Just put itin with the rest, put it in with the rest,
put it in with the rest, put it in with the rest.
I said in with the rest.

Yeah, Iím going to Atlantic City, in two weeks time.
Iím going to Atlantic City. Yeah!

My name is Eugene, itís been nice talking to you.
And donít forget to bring me sugar.
Lots of it. No, I donít eat Chinese. Take care you hear,
take care you hear, take care you hear,
Take care you hear, take care you hear, take care you hear?

(Chorus )

Now Iím going, Thanks for talkiní, takiní your time, thanks for takiní your time.
Maybe next year I wonít be here, maybe next year I wonít be here.
Next year I wonít be here.
I wonít be here.