"Dyin' Man" as written by and Hermann Bell....
So long, baby since you've been gone
I'm a dyin' man, I'm a dyin' man

Don't ever tell a dyin' man
You never meant to shoot him down
Yeah, don't do no good to tell a dyin' man
You never meant to shoot him down
Now, all my friends and relatives, they've been tellin' me
Don't come around, don't come around, don't come around no more

Ever since the day you left this Earth
Can't keep a job, can't keep a job
Yeah, ever since the day you left this Earth
Can't keep a job, can't keep a job
A lot of people down at the agency been tellin' me
Don't come around, don't come around, don't come around no more

So long, baby since you've been gone
I'm a dyin' man, I'm a dyin' man
So long, baby since you've been gone
I'm a dyin' man, I'm a dyin' man

Don't ever tell a dyin' man
You never meant to shoot him down
Yeah, don't do no good to tell a dyin' man
You never meant to shoot him down
Now, all my friends and relatives, they've been tellin' me
Don't come around, don't come around, don't come around no more

I'm a dyin' man, I'm a dyin' man
I'm a dyin' man, I'm a dyin' man
I'm a dyin' man, I'm a dyin' man


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"Dyin' Man" as written by Hermann Bell

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