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The Lyrics

Say what you will, but this show is funny
Monk is a guy, used to be a cop
But he lost his wife, so policework had to stop
He thinks that germs are really repulsive
He's turned into a real obsessive compulsive

He's Monk, he's Monk
Detective man
He's Monk, he's Monk, he's Monk
Don't shake his hand

Monk won't let anything escape his eyes
Really shows his skills off whenever people die
He'll solve the case with his powerful brain
But if he gets much worse, he'll be labeled as insane

He's Monk, he's Monk
Detective man
He's Monk, he's Monk, he's Monk
Don't shake his hand

Monk solves the crimes in the town of San Fran
His partner Sharona, she helps him when she can
He's the one you call when you're solvin' a crime
People think he's nuts, but he solves it every time

He's Monk, he's Monk
He's not all there
He's Monk, he's Monk, he's Monk
But he don't care

Is Monk solving the crime?
I think so
Is Monk scared all the time?
I think so
Does Monk hate dirt and grime?
I think so
This Monk's a hit on prime time

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 4.7
Overall Rating: 4.9

Total Votes: 7

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