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head and cry

Billy and Sue met the first day of school
And ever since lived by the golden rule
When you do unto others
What you wouldn't want done
head and cry

Billy and Sue met the first day of school
And ever since lived by the golden rule
When you do unto others
What you wouldn't want done
head and cry

Billy and Sue met the first day of school
And ever since lived by the golden rule
When you do unto others
What you wouldn't want done
head and cry

Billy and Sue met the first day of school
And ever since lived by the golden rule
When you do unto others
What you wouldn't want done
head and cry

Billy and Sue met the first day of school
And ever since lived by the golden rule
When you do unto others
What you wouldn't want done
head and cry

Billy and Sue met the first day of school
And ever since lived by the golden rule
When you do unto others
What you wouldn't want done
your head and cry 

Billy and Sue met the first day of school 
And ever since lived by the golden rule 
Because when you do unto others 
What you
head and cry

Billy and Sue met the first day of school
And ever since lived by the golden rule
When you do unto others
What you wouldn't want done
And only the foolish tread
He was whistlin' a tune
When they spotted him strollin' along
So plump and gay
Boney gave him a great big grin
And Billy
all down like old tin cans

Well the gators got fat and Billy got mean
When the lawman made himself lord of everything
Billy lived by the law
she left out
The part about the trouble when your times runs out

When the thrill is gone, when your deal goes south
It's all over when your time runs
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-four
been me
That's taking her home

Shortly after you left, I was cussing your name, hell I was
When her ugly girlfriend comes over starts working her
head and cry

Billy and Sue met the first day of school
And ever since lived by the golden rule
When you do unto others
What you wouldn't want done
Bill Horton was a cautious man of the road
He walked lookin' over his shoulder and remained faithful to its code
When something caught his eye he'd
was proud to watch him plays
But you thin thing Billy someday
Were turn an walk away
Saved by a window when was open all the time
Billy's calling
Right where his 'foot' was supposed to be. 
Now, billy the mountain, he couldn't believe it! 
All those postcards he'd posed for, for over these years,
and closed his briefcase
When they sentenced me to die
Now my waitin's over
As the final hour drags by
I ain't about to tell you
That I don't deserve
one day, we ain't gonna beat the crime

You're my blood brother
And I loved him like no other
We were blood brother right till the end
Well, well,
just stood up and closed his briefcase
When they sentenced me to die

Now my waitin's over
As the final hour drags by
I ain't about to tell you
down on your knees
And suck my dick because if you don't, you're gonna be dead,"
Said Stagger Lee 

Billy dropped down and slobbered on his head
Bill lights a cigarette
Thinkin' that it might do him some good
Tammy comes over and sits right down beside
'Cuz she thinks she should

They
down on your knees
And suck my dick because if you don't, you're gonna be dead,"
Said Stagger Lee 

Billy dropped down and slobbered on his head
his little pocket knife in his hand
Show em you're a man Billy.. understand?
A few people try to mug him, crack dealers love him
Delivery boys think
the waiting's over, 
As my final hours drag by
I ain't about to tell you that 
I don't deserve to die
But could you pull that switch yourself, sir, 
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