TIE A YELLOW RIBBON ROUND THE OLE OAK TREE

Pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da, pa-da, pa

Iīm coming home, Iíve done my time

Now Iíve got to know what is and isnít mine.

If you received my letter telling you Iíd soon be free

Then youíll know just what to do

If you still want me!

If you still want me!

Oh, tie a yellow ribbon round the ole oak tree.

Itís been three long years, do you still want me.

If I donít see a ribbon round the ole oak tree.

Iīll stay on the bus, forget about us.

And put the blame on me

If I donít see a yellow ribbon round the ole oak tree.

Pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da, pa-da, pa

Bus driver, please, look for me.

Cause I couldnít bear to see what I might see.

Iīm really still in prison.

My love - she holds the key.

A simple yellow ribbonís what I need to set me free.

I wrote and told her please.

Oh, tie a yellow ribbon round the ole oak tree.

Itís been three long years, do you still want me.

If I donít see a ribbon round the ole oak tree.

Iīll stay on the bus, forget about us.

And put the blame on me.

If I donít see a yellow ribbon round the ole oak tree.

Pa-pa, pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da

Now the whole damn bus is cheering,

And I canít believe I see.

A hundred yellow ribbons round the ole oak tree!

Pa-pa, pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da, pa

Pa-pa, pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da

Pa-pa, pa-pa, pa-da, pa-da...