I'm gonna walk right out of here, the same way I came in
I'm gonna walk right out of here, the same way I came in
You think I can't?
Maybe you think I'm stuck in my Kojak chair

I do not like the new shows but the reruns suit me fine
I will not watch the new shows but the reruns suit me fine
You think I can't?
Maybe you think I'm stuck in my Kojak chair

I love to hear Kojak talk about justice, laying it on the line

One day, while leaving the precinct building, Kojak spotted three small Italian executives carrying valentines under their umbrellas
"Looks fishy", he told Crocker "but we can't touch them, they haven't broken any laws yet"

The next morning, Kojak arrived at Manhattan South only to discover that Captain Mcneil had died the night before
Apparently in the throws of a nightmare, he had eaten his bedsheets
"McNeil was a good cop" Kojak said

When at home, Kojak enjoys relaxing to the strains of good music
He appreciates cool jazz, big band swing and even country and western
Kojak's favourite tune, it's Eddie Eddy's classic 1944 rendition of "Rowing up the Lazy River by the Light of My Capitalist Mandolin"

I'm gotta walk right out of here, the same way I came in
I'm gotta walk right out of here, the same way I came in
You think I can't?
Maybe you think I'm stuck in my Kojak chair
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Kojak Chair Lyrics

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