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days work for an honest days pay
Honestly you know it ain't a living wage
Sweating in the sun and praying for rain
Supper and sleep and do it all
Caroline by the Fortunes

[00:08]Caroline Caroline ya ya ya ine
[00:16]Caroline Caroline ya ya ya ine
[00:24]There is a girl she really is fine
trying to be a friend of mine

Even a dog can shake hands
Sign page forty-two
We'll do the rest for you
Find a way to make it pay
Don't lose your
This town
This town
Is a sealed tuna sandwich
Sealed tuna sandwich
With the wrapper glued
It's by baloney on the rack
It goes for 40 cents
and I'll pay you back some day
The revenuers came for him a slippin' through the wood
Dooley kept behind them all and never lost his good
Dooley was
and cried.
Now, Dooley's on the mountain, he lies there, all alone. They put a jug beside him and a barrel for a stone.

I'll pay you back some day. I'll
Though she? With forty-five years
For seconds of pleasure.
I thought I knew you too well,
Now I find the man is a mystery,
And the promises you made
It's a hundred pounds an hour
Or two hundred for the day
I'll take cash or credit card
I don't mind how you pay

It's a funny kind of business
minute of every hour of every day when I wish I could possess her"

Forty days passed by
Forty alibis
So carry on...that way
And in time...you'll pay
and headed down the railroad track
Told Billy you better be gone from here by the time that I get back
Stagger Lee he went on home and he loaded his forty
brothers gotta stick together...
Pay attention to the...

P-Dog
"One time for your mind: Scarface and I thought you knew..."

Pay attention to the...
P-Dog
of every hour of every day
When I wish I could possess her"

40 days passed by, 40 alibis
So carry on that way
And in time you'll pay
But we'll all be
Yeah here comes Amos
Now Amos Moses was a Cajun
He lived by himself in the swamp
He hunted alligator for a living
He'd just knock them in
valve oil and steam

A short forty years went flyin' on by
Now I'm so lonesome, I could die
If I find heaven, the way I've been told
I'll go
The pay-off for the things, for the things he's done
He ain't messing with no two-bit bandit
Armed with a couple of guns

If he wants to see it as a two
later by the light of the moon

Grandpa had a muley cow muley since she was born
It took a jaybird forty years to fly from horn to horn

Now old Rattler's
Venoms
With international plugs like nine Organized emblems
Get it?  Twenty Thousand Leagues, extra deep
Runnin' with the number thirteen with my 40
of life
What if life costs money to live for
Help life with money, the price of life

Who I gotta pay cause I want my money back
My life was in
Drunkies 

Don't stop (x6) 

J-Ro: 

D-are-you-N-K use to be a reason for a very nice day but hey 

You can't get by, by living that way 

So now I
and I'll pay you back some day

The revenuers came for him a slippin' through the woods
Dooley kept behind them all and never lost his goods
Now Dooley was
a ladder to face this hoe
For sure, cause I be living for the drama
The biggest mama flexing shutting down this motherfucking basement sesion
Shop closed
living in a poor man's house

He arrives at nine as the work bell's ringing
And he hits the grind but his heart is singing, yeah

Some men live for
to figure at 5'4 

How they still need a ladder to face this hoe 

For sure, cause I be living for the drama 

The biggest mama flexing shutting down
Shut off the TV and peel off those sunday gloves
And I'll stain the clean that you've been counting
Old Mr. Fletcher passed by here today
After 40
man pay heed, you listen well to what I say,
Now there comes a time for a man to walk away,'

Walk away (walk away) I'll be a parade,
And I'll be