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If I didn't have a dime and I didn't take the time
To play the jukebox
Oh, Saturday night would've been a sad
And lonely night for me

And if
If I didn't have a dime and I didn't take the time
To play the jukebox
Ohh, Saturday night would've been a sad
And lonely night for me

And if
If I didn't have a dime and I didn't take the time
To play the jukebox
Oh, Saturday night would've been a sad
And lonely night for me

And if
suppose
The play date's over and the case is closed
Tell me momma that I didn't do right
To have a little something on amateur night

I feel sure that
well
And she's happy, I can tell
Just as long as she can hear the jukebox play
So I'll keep playing it loud
I'll spend every dime I have
To keep her
well
And she's happy, I can tell
Just as long as she can hear the jukebox play
So I'll keep playing it loud
I'll spend every dime I have
To keep her
it's over
Please, Mr., please, if you know what I mean
I don't ever wanna hear that song again

If I had a dime for every time I held you
Though
over
Please, mister, please, if you know what I mean
I don't ever wanna hear that song again

If I had a dime for every time I held you
Though you're far
it's over 
Please, Mister, please, if you know what I mean 
I don't ever wanna hear that song again 

If I had a dime for every time I held you 
Though
it's over
Please mr. please, if you know what I mean
I don't ever wanna hear that song again
If I had a dime for every time I held you
Though you're far
well and he's happy I can tell
Just as long as he can hear the jukebox play
So I'll keep playing it loud, I'll spend every dime I have
To keep him
Sittiin' in a dim cafe listenin' while the jukebox plays
The songs I like to hear when I'm alone
Thinkin' of my wasted past wonderin' if someday
it's time for you to change
If it's alright by you, can I just stay the same?

'Cause everybody's got a right to change
I didn't say that I would
up
Living off of nickels and dimes and our young reckless love
We didn’t ever think that time would ever come to an end
Now if I could, you know I
and look fly in a tie
If you're lost, I'mma find you
Time after time I am the slime, dime after dime
Jukebox money dance, dumbbob funnypants
Run god,
at Sloppy Joe's
The drinks were standin' tall
With Buffett on the jukebox 
And Hemingway on the wall.

Then up spoke Sam the Shrimper:
He said, "I've been
Don Lowance, the man who plays guitar with me, and I
Were born in a small town
And we kinda think it was a different sort of small
Town because in
don't care that's what Ricky says and
If I catch him in this crib he'd be dead
I don't play that mami
Now back to the 'jects you go
I left your
they did not even care
At all and they might have something there
But I'm here and I don't see where
All I hear is their silent prayer

Sweet pain
to J-A
And build wit the knotty's on the hill all day?
What if I smacked the grin off your chin
When you say, that the cats on this track don't have
have a dime? It's payback time, payback time
"Don't cry the blues cause I got bad news"
"Should I stab ya? Should I bite ya? Should I use my tools?"
I only fuck wit those, who only fuck wit me

A sucka' play for games, a man play for keeps

I keeps me a nine millimeter just in case

A coward's in
and it exploded
But didn't nobody notice
I'm knowin' how it goes
When if the the nigga with the purple heart of courage ain't the oldest
It's cold shit
enhancing, you sound tired
Oh, shit, I didn't know you like to play yourself in front'cha friends
Sitting there, lying to no end
MC's for me make things
I didn't do, I'm still thuggin with the crew
Because once you snitch then you threw but if you hustle then you true 
Would you live for this shit?