There ain't no dollars in this old pocket of mine
Just some smokes and a quarter, a nickel and a dime
With so little money, oh what good am I?
So sayeth my father, I believe he's right

So come with me my friends
I see light at the other end
In a time where we'll be home again

Where the music's playing, oh that's where i'll call my home
Classical or country, blues or rock and roll
Baby if I'm playing won't you stop and say goodbye?
Cause it didn't work the first time, that you can't deny

So come with me my friends
I see light at the other end
In a time where we'll be home again

There ain't no dollars in this old pocket of mine
Just my smokes and a quarter, a nickel and a dime
With so little money, oh what good am I?
So sayeth my father, I believe he's right

So sayeth my father, I believe he's right.



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