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can't move around but it doesn't really matter
In the farthest stall you needed his eyes and ears

And out they pour the hits and the misses
Turn me
the money
Or if you're a friend to me
But the one man band
By the quick lunch stand
He was playing real good, for free

Nobody stopped to hear him
Though he
have the money

Or if you're a friend to me
But the one man band
By the quick lunch stand
He was playing real good, for free.

Nobody stopped
have the money
Or if you're a friend to me
But the one man band
By the quick lunch stand
He was playing real good, for free

Nobody stopped to hear
He was 5 foot 7
Strong as an Oak tree
Yeah he had a good reason
for every lick he gave me
But he showed me the ropes
Good whiskey and smoke
have the money
Or if you're a friend to me
But the one man band
By the quick lunch stand
He was playing real good, for free

Nobody stopped to hear
The first time I brought you home
My mama said he ain't good enough
I don't want my girl to be alone
But I wonder is he good enough
I-I-I was
First time I brought you home
My Mama said, "He ain't good enough
I don't want my girl to be alone
But I wonder is he good enough"
I was doin'
Some felt he was payin' for the life he tried to lead
But all we felt was sorry for our good friend Billy Dee

It may be his soul was bigger than
Frankie was a good girl, everybody know,
She paid one hundred dollars for Albert's suit of clothes
He's her man, but he did her wrong Frankie went
Rattler was a good old dog as blind as he could be
But every night at suppertime I believe that dog could see

Here Rattler here here Rattler here
Ok officer, I admit it, 
I was speedin'
But before you write me up 
Let me tell you the reason.
I wasn't tryin' to out run you,
I was chasin'
of his flock
He was looking rather bleary
He forgot to watch the clock 

But the night before
Behind the door
A leprechaun had stroked it 

But
Frankie was a good girl, everybody know,
She paid one hundred dollars for Albert's suit of clothes
He's her man, but he did her wrong Frankie went
You ask me if I've met your baby
I have to say
It's been some time now
Seems like yesterday
He was mine
For a while
We had good times
We went
halls

And I'll play if you have some money
Or if you're a friend to me
But that one-man band by the quick lunch stand
He was just playin' real good
the best he could
I wish the girl all the very best of luck
But for me, my best was good enough

My best, my best was good enough

But for me my best
knowing
That I was to blame
He's good for you but let me explain
He's twice the price you've already paid

But it's alright with me
Just wait for
life with his words, killing me softly with his song

I heard he sang a good song, I heard he had a style
And so I came to see him to listen for a while
knowing that I was to blame
He's good for you but let me explain
He's twice the price you've already paid

But it's all right with me, just wait for
I found the boy for me
He's my dream baby

He doesn't know that I
That I almost die when
When he walks by & says hello
He's unlike the guys in
it's for
Bottle after bottle he'll always need more
He's no less important than you working class stiffs
Drinks a lot of liquor but he don't drink
He's living in that big old house that he knows was built by me
He's playing with the baby that belongs to her and me.
At night he loves a woman
for a while.
And there he was this young boy, a stranger to my eyes.

I felt all flushed with fever, embarrassed by the crowd,
I felt he found my
for a while.
And there he was this young boy, a stranger to my eyes.

I felt all flushed with fever, embarrassed by the crowd,
I felt he found my