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Do you wanna buy a ticket to the raffle of a dog

Elton:
[singing]
Do you wanna buy a ticket to the raffle of a dog/ That comes a-runnin', lickin', when you whistle, holler "Claude"?/ A big brown dog, just as sound as a ring/ He'll be eight years old if he lives 'til the spring./ Tickets, tickets, two for a quarter!/ If you haven't got your ticket yet, well, you'd better order!/ He'll wet your carpet and he'll fertilize your grass/ He's got three white feet and a hole in his ass!

Transcript:
[Elton] ♪ Do you wanna buy a ticket
to the raffle of a dog ♪
♪ That comes a-runnin', lickin' ♪
♪ When you whistle
holler Claude ♪
♪ A big brown dog
just as sound as a ring ♪
♪ He'll be eight years old
if he lives to the spring ♪
"Unfit." I look unfit to you, Elton?
I'm fit! I'm fit.
♪ If you haven't got your ticket yet
well, you'd better order it ♪
♪ He'll wet your carpet
and he'll fertilize your grass ♪
♪ He's got three white feet
and a hole in his ass ♪♪
♪♪ [Ends]
Don't you know no songs
about women or nothin'?
[Chuckles]
Yeah, but I'm just too loaded to think of 'em now.
- Hey, watch out for all this traffic.
- Oh, God!
[Elton]
I ain't in no hurry.
Believe starting off your day like this,
goin' to work?
Unbelievable. Let me have a drink, will ya?
Thanks, Elton.
Ooh, boy, that's tough in the morning.
What the hell are these people doing here?
Isn’t this some goddamn thing, Elton?
Jesus Christ!

Clip duration: 81 seconds
Views: 12
Movie: Five Easy Pieces
Year: 1970
Genres: drama
Summary: A dropout from upper-class America picks up work along the way on oil rigs when his life isn't spent in a squalid succession of bars, motels, and other points of interest.


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