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'Round Springfield (Medley)

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"'Round Springfield" (Medley)
Song Information
Singers: Yeardley Smith
Harry Shearer
Ron Taylor
Cast
Characters: Lisa Simpson
DJ
Bleeding Gums Murphy
Mufasa
James Earl Jones
Darth Vader
Length: 2:55
Writer(s): Music: Alf Clausen
Original: Carole King and David Palmer
Lyrics: Al Jean and Mike Reiss
Album: Songs in the Key of Springfield

"'Round Springfield" (Medley) is a track from Songs in the Key of Springfield. It is the fifth track on the album and consists of the songs "Bleeding Gums Blues", "A Four-Headed King", "There She Sits, Brokenhearted" and "Jazzman" from the episode "'Round Springfield".

Lyrics[edit]

Bleeding Gums Blues[edit]

Lisa:
I got the album.
DJ Intro:
Here. You can listen to it on this
Lisa:
I did the best I could, Bleeding Gums.

A Four-Headed King[edit]

Lisa:
That was for you, Bleeding Gums.
Bleeding Gums Murphy:
You've made an old jazzman happy, Lisa.
Mufasa:
You must avenge my death, Kimba. I mean, Simba.
Darth Vader:
Luke, I am your father.

There She Sits, Brokenhearted[edit]

Lisa:
I don't want you to go.
Bleeding Gums Murphy:
Sorry, but I have to. Goodbye.
Lisa:
Goodbye.
Bleeding Gums Murphy:
Oh, what the heck. Once more, from the top.
Lisa:
Yeah!

Jazzman[edit]

Lisa:
When the Jazzman's testifyin',
A faithless man believes.
He can sing you into paradise,
Or bring you to your knees.
Jazzman, take my blues away,
Make my pain the same as yours with every change you play.
Jazzman, oh, Jazzman.
Oh, Jazzman!
Lisa:
One more time!
Bleeding Gums Murphy:
Oh, come on, Lisa. I got a date with Billie Holiday.

Behind the Laughter[edit]

The "Jazzman" part is a cover of the song of the same name by Carole King.

Appearances[edit]