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work
And earn their bread honestly

Beggin' you a five cent, sir
Beggin' you a ten cent, sir
Cannot help, no, cannot help

So if you all keep
work
And earn their bread honestly
Beggin' you a five cent, sir
Beggin' you a ten cent, sir
Cannot help, no, cannot help
So if you all keep on doing
'Cause I'm a few cents short
From getting to where you are

I'm a few cents short
Of holding you in my arms
And a few cents short
Of keeping us from
work
And earn their bread honestly
Beggin' you a five cent, sir
Beggin' you a ten cent, sir
Cannot help, no, cannot help
So if you all keep on doing
work
And earn their bread honestly
Beggin' you a five cent, sir
Beggin' you a ten cent, sir
Cannot help, no, cannot help
So if you all keep on doing
work
And earn their bread honestly
Beggin' you a five cent, sir
Beggin' you a ten cent, sir
Cannot help, no, cannot help
So if you all keep on doing
Grace cathedral hill
All wrapped in bones of setting sun
All dust and stone and moribund
I paid twenty-five cents to light a little white candle
Ten cents a dance, that's what they pay me
Gosh, how they weigh me down
Ten cents a dance, pansies and rough guys
Tough guys who tear my gown
I used to be the apple of your eye
I had yo with me every day,
But now whenever you are passing by
You're always looking the other way
It's
I used to be the apple of your eye
I had you with me every day
But now whenever you are passing by
You're always looking the other way
It's
YOU TURNED THE TABLES ON ME
Benny Goodman

I used to be the apple of your eye
I had yo with me every day,
But now whenever you are passing by
I used to be the apple of your eye
I had you with me every day
But now whenever you are passing by
You're always looking the other way
It's
Ten cents a dance, that's what they pay me
Gosh, how they weigh me down
Ten cents a dance, pansies and rough guys
Tough guys who tear my gown
I used to be the apple of your eye
I had you with me every day,
But now whenever you are passing by
You're always looking the other way
It's
I used to be the apple of your eye
I had you with me every day,
But now whenever you are passing by
You're always looking the other way
It's
I used to be the apple of your eye
I had you with me every day,
But now whenever you are passing by
You're always looking the other way
It's
YOU TURNED THE TABLES ON ME
Benny Goodman

I used to be the apple of your eye
I had yo with me every day,
But now whenever you are passing by
YOU TURNED THE TABLES ON ME
Benny Goodman

I used to be the apple of your eye
I had yo with me every day,
But now whenever you are passing by
I used to be the apple of your eye
I had you with me every day
But now whenever you are passing by
You're always looking the other way
It's
Ten cents a dance, that's what they pay me
Gosh, how they weigh me down
Ten cents a dance, pansies and rough guys
Tough guys who tear my gown
I used to be the apple of your eye
I had yo with me every day,
But now whenever you are passing by
You're always looking the other way
It's
I used to be the apple of your eye
I had yo with me every day,
But now whenever you are passing by
You're always looking the other way
It's
Ten cents a dance, that's what they pay me
Gosh, how they weigh me down
Ten cents a dance, pansies and rough guys
Tough guys who tear my gown
either
Too wet or too dry

Jobs are scarce down at the factory
I thank the good Lord I've got you
In times like these

In times like these
When
happened to galoshes?
Down the drain.
Where's the Czar of all the Russias?
Down the drain.
And the five-cent candy bar,
And the good old Edsel car?