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This was an instrumental piece composed by orchestral string arranger/composer Paul Buckmaster and has no lyrics . It featured on the 1971 album
Poor White Folks [Instrumental]


Uncle Pen Album
By Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys

The entire album is 'Instrumental'. These include tracks:
1.
years
Listens to the jukebox for her answers
Slowly guzzles twenty-five cent beers

Talks about the men she's known and then some
She's seen them in her
The lady that I adore 
She's the million dollar baby 
From the five . . . 
The five an' ten cent store! 
 
Music by Harry Warren 
With lyrics by Billy
Faces cracked for reason beyond recognition
His space is at the Palace
He sleeps for twenty five cents
Now he's wiping headlights windshields with
anything
From the five and ten cent store,

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me fall with a drop
And now I'm out on my
anything from
The five-and-ten-cent store

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me fall with a drop
And now I'm out on my own
But now if you'd come
I'd welcome anything
From the five and ten cent store,

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me
anything from
The five-and-ten-cent store

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me fall with a drop
And now I'm out on my own
anything from
The five and ten cent store,

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me fall with a drop
And now I'm out on my
magnolias blossomed cotton fields as white as snow

v2: Catfish John was a river hobo living down by the river's bend
Thinkin' back I still remember I was
anything from
The five and ten cent store,

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me fall with a drop
And now I'm out on my
Morning
Came to the windows in the street
Selling red watermelon, 5 cents a piece.

Merry boat on the river
Freedom
Fresh drams to deliver
anything from
The five and ten cent store,

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me fall with a drop
And now I'm out on my
But now if you'd come
I'd welcome anything
From the five and ten cent store,

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me
But now if you'd come
I'd welcome anything
From the five and ten cent store,

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me
anything
From the five and ten cent store,

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me fall with a drop
And now I'm out on my
anything from
The five-and-ten-cent store

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me fall with a drop
And now I'm out on my own
anything
From the five and ten cent store,

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me fall with a drop
And now I'm out on my
Bill Broonzy - guitar
Ransom Knowling - sbass, Judge Riley - drums
Album Complete Recorded Works Vol 5
October 19, 1945 - November 12, 1947
Document
there waitin' for the fall 
(Y'all can't stop a motherf***in' Tank) 

[Hook] 
After Dollars, no cents 
From Chev's to Bents 
From cheddar to cheese
[Talking]
Man, who would've thought I would've made it this far?
It's number five
Five albums
I recognize that it's because of you (c'mon)
It's only
anything from
The five and ten cent store,

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me fall with a drop
And now I'm out on my
(Chorus- Banks) 
G-Unit, G-Unittttttt,G-Unit, G-Unittttttt,G-Unit,G-Unit (repeat) 

(50 Cent-between Banks) 
G-Unit nigga that's what's up
But now if you'd come
I'd welcome anything
From the five and ten cent store,

You used to call me the top
You put me up on a throne
You let me