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"I Need A Dollar"

By Aloe Bacc

I need a dollar dollar, a dollar is what I need
And if I share with you my story would you share your dollar with me
Bad times are comin and I reap what I don't sow
Well let me tell you somthin all that glitters ain't gold
It's been a long old trouble long old troublesome road
And I'm looking for somebody come and help me carry this load

Well I need a dollar dollar, a dollar is what I need
Well I don't know if I'm walking on solid ground
Cause everything around me is falling down
And all I want - is for someone - to help me

I had a job but the boss man let me go
He said, I'm sorry but I won't be needing your help no more
I said, Please mister boss man I need this job more than you know
But he gave me my last paycheck and he sent me on out the door

And I need a dollar dollar, a dollar is what I need
And if I share with you my story would you share your dollar with me
Well I don't know if I'm walking on solid ground
Cause everything around me is crumbling down
And all I want is for someone to help me

What in the world am I gonna to do tomorrow
is there someone whose dollar that I can borrow
Who can help me take away my sorrow
Maybe its inside the bottle
I had some good old buddy his names is whiskey and wine
And for my good old buddy I spent my last dime
My wine is good to me it helps me pass the time
and my good old buddy whiskey keeps me warmer than the sunshine

Your mom of mayhem just a child has got his own
if god has plans for me I hope it ain't - written in stone
because I've been working myself down to the bone
and I swear on grandpas grave I'll be paid when I come home

Well I need a dollar dollar, a dollar is what I need
And if I share with you my story would you share your dollar with me
come on share your dollar with me
go ahead share your dollar with me
come on share your dollar give me your dollar

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