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fluffed his dove
When he wrote a tuxedo to the country club
He's in the jailhouse now

Now Bill had a gal named Sadie
And she said have you seen Billy
fluffed his dove
When he wrote a tuxedo to the country club
He's in the jailhouse now

Now Bill had a gal named Sadie
And she said have you seen Billy
knew, knew I build my world around you
I knew I had those feelings and I didn't want it to be
I thought by being with you, Girl I thought it would
Me and the bottle have always been friends
Oh, we've had a few ol' nasty fights but the bottle would always win
And when I go to answer that final
liked his joke; but still, goldarn his eyes,
A man had ought to consider his mates in the way he goes and dies."

Have you ever stood in an Arctic hut
And there were times I made her cry but I guess by now she's learned
That any time I've wandered I always have returned

In that long thin dawn, that long
Me and brother Bill was goin' fishin' down to the river one day
Had a can of worms and a willer pole a big can of minners and a lot of sourdough
Now I'll tell you in Chicago boys, I was broken man
Dirty movies, credit cards and bills past due again
And that son of mine spit in my face and then
to a lady
She's runnin' my tab up callin' me baby
Buy her a drink she'll let you chase her
Watch her shake her money maker

But if I had one I'd have
Me and brother Bill was goin' a fishin' down to the river one day
Had a can of worms and a willer pole a big can of minners and a lot of sourdough
my son. I have chosen you, and God just established Christ?s purpose on that mountain.? And then, before Christ died at Gethsemane in John 12, Jesus
bill?

Well the time went by and he did his best and all could see he did not jest.
He practiced calling bids both night and day
Till his pappy found
I've been running from Memphis to L. A.
Had an appointment set sometime for today,
And if I don't be there by morning
You know that I must have gone
Me and brother Bill was a-goin' fishin'
Down to the river one day.
Had a can of worms and a willer pole,
A big can of minners, and a lot
And you refused to come to Mars 
You said "It's too far" 
You had to be back by six to watch your Carousel 
Saturn's much too far 
You had to watch
I never had a worry

I never had a care

As long as you were with me

As long as you were there

The bills are piling up

And money’s all
They was gonna have dinner on the grounds

So the very next Friday, he got off at the sawmill
He slicked his hair back, he had a pocket full of pay
bet that he'll turn out to be
The spittin' image of his dad
But he'll have more common sense
Than his pudding-headed father ever had

I'll teach
By some little word of anger
That never should have been said

I'd like to tell you a story
Of a family I once knew.
We'll call them Mary
today

Bought by the high school teacher
Sold it to a baptist preacher
Who couldn't pay his taxes
Cause his flock had gone astray
So the banker
By some little word of anger
That never should have been said

I'd like to tell you a story
Of a family I once knew.
We'll call them Mary
point in history that I would care to go 
And so I had them send me back to last Thursday night 
So I could pay my phone bill on time 
Just then
was,
By all accounts a great success.
I have many friends and acquaintances,
Thing is, I've never been good with names.

Oh no, we got bills to pay.
Now I'll tell you in Chicago boys, I was broken man
Dirty movies, credit cards and bills past due again
And that son of mine spit in my face and then
I've had the help of loved ones and many friends who stood by me
And without their favor I would have given up a long long time ago
I remember my boyhood