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Kush and a swisha
Money over bitches
Never kill a woman
Unless she is a witness
All about my business
Survival of the fittest
She let me hide my weed
I could tell you the story of a vagabond
A playboy of the western world
One day by chance he came upon
A fair young maid, a country girl

He
I could tell you the story of a vagabond
A playboy of the western world
One day by chance he came upon
A fair young maid, a country girl

He
a lonely cabin with a son by another man
Five years she had waited for him as long as a woman can
As long as a woman can

I don't know what changed my
a lonely cabin with a son by another man
Five years she had waited for him as long as a woman can
As long as a woman can

   I don't know what changed my
by there and drop a tailgate
And take a dip to cool off a bit

Blue sky would turn to red off in the west
We'd tear into a full igloo of Old
a woman by the river
With some fine young handsome man
He's dressed up like a squire
Bootlegged whiskey in his hand
There's a chain gang on the highway
a woman by the river
With some fine young handsome man
He's dressed up like a squire
Bootlegged whiskey in his hand
There's a chain gang on the highway
many things to do
So we just sat back and played some

Well we met a young girl on Main Street
Wanted to pass her by
She was homely, and we were
many things to do
So we just sat back and played some

Well we met a young girl on Main Street
Wanted to pass her by
She was homely, and we were
for lies
You're a grown woman, stop acting
Acting like a child

Box of heavy tablets
Lying by your bed
And there's sadness clogging up your memories
One evenin' as I rambled
Among the spring in time
I overheard a young woman
Converse with Reynardine

Her hair was black and her eyes were blue
Her
can sing
Them blues like blind Willie McTell

There's a woman, she's standing by the river
She is with some fine young handsome man
See he's all dressed
was o' so young
Misshaped before my time
Ride metallic monsters
And there's mud in your eye
For lady do or die

It makes a woman bleed
Can't give
One evening as I rambled
 Among the leaves so green,
 I overheard a young woman
 Converse with Reynardine.
 
 Her hair was black, her eyes
One evening as I rambled
 Among the leaves so green,
 I overheard a young woman
 Converse with Reynardine.
 
 Her hair was black, her eyes
a lonely cabin with a son by another man
Five years she had waited for him as long as a woman can
As long as a woman can

   I don't know what changed my
crushed
By Chinese greed

Pretty young mother by the temple gate
Covers her baby's face against diesel fumes
That look of concern, you can see it still
and drove away
To THE CAN
Where Neil Young slipped another disc

FROZE-ing by the PIES!
FROZE-ing by the PIES!
FROZE-ing by the PIES!

(And that was
Secretly they fantasize
But they know they'll never paid be to play

Yea 
I'ma kill one of you young punks
With a old school flow
Flow flow

Though I
Drinkin' from the bottle and singin' from the heart
Cryin' blues in motel rooms Lord the hard times weren't that hard
And some fell in and some fell
too young 
To know what sadness was 
Who took me out when I was down 
And set out to find the cause 
Of why the lady had the blues 
And seemed
going out altogether

Oh, I live by my mirror and stare in my eyes
Trying to make out who I see there
But I'm looking at a woman that I can't
With your rags and you tags and you old rig-a-doo"
I'll buy a pair of leggings, a collar and a tie
And a nice young lady I'll fetch by and by
I'll buy
a woman by the river
With some fine young handsome man
He's dressed up like a squire
Bootlegged whiskey in his hand
There's a chain gang on the highway