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Rock Opera 'Tommy' [1914-1984]: Pinball Wizard Lyrics

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Ever since I was a young boy
I played the silver ball
from Soho down to Brighton
I must have played them all
But I ain't seen anyone like him
In any amusement hall
that deaf dumb and blind kid
sure pays a mean pin ball

He stands like a statue
becomes part of the machine
feeling all the bumpers
always playing clean
he plays by intuition
never seen him fall
that deaf dumb and blind kid
sure plays a mean pin ball

he's a pin ball wizard
there has to be a twist
the pin ball wizard
has gor a supple wrist

How do you think he does it ?
I don't know
What makes him so good?

He ain't got no distraction
he can't hear the buzz and bells
he don't see lights a flashing
he plays by sense of smell
always gets the replay
the digit counter falls
that deaf dumb and blind kid
sure plays a mean pin ball

he's a pin ball wizard
there has to be a twist
the pin ball wizard
has got a supple wrist

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