"Beggars And Gentry" as written by Peter Neal Tabbot, Matthew Vincent Riga, Paul Famula, Todd Hamilton and David J. Franklin....
Beggars and gentry, give 'em all an entry
Dying for a pass to your timeless affair
Make a concession, ignore their transgressions
Raising a glass, they're unaware

So drink down that sloe gin fizz and plan your next vacation
Your petty life turned into one financial saturation
Salivate while you berate the younger generation
And if you're smart, you'll never look to them for consolation

Beggars and gentry, give 'em all entry
Dying for a pass to your timeless affair
Make a concession, ignore their transgressions
Raising a glass, they're unaware

You broke the dreams of others to meet your aspirations
I guess in some demented way, you deserve congratulations
Built a modest fortune on greed and subjugation
What I would do if I were you is hide your face from me

I know what you're all about

Beggars and gentry, give 'em all entry
Dying for a pass to your timeless affair
Make a concession, ignore their transgressions
Raising a glass, they're unaware

So don't sit there and tell me you're such an inspiration
You're a fake because it takes hard work and dedication
It makes me sick, the thought of it - your filthy exploitation
What I would do if I were you is hide your face from me


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"Beggars and Gentry" as written by Matthew Vincent Riga David J. Franklin

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