taxes here and there
taxes everywhere
taxes every place that they could be
though i'm getting by
still i can't deny
there's a tax i know would ruin me
i wrote my congressman a note
i said if you want my vote

don't put a tax on the beautiful girls
how could i live without love
you could tax my business and all that i own
but have a little pity
leave my pleasure alone

what'll i do on a beautiful night
if i should happen to fall
suppose i'm about to kiss a beautiful maid
and she discovers that my tax isn't paid

don't put a tax on the beautiful girls
or i won't have any lovin' at all

every cent i make
tax collectors take
they don't leave me with a single dime
though i'll get along
without wine or a song
there's a tax i know would just be wrong
it's not a luxury for me
it's a great necessity

don't put a tax on the beautiful girls
how could i live without love
you can tax my soda, i'll pay it somehow
but don't you think the price of sugar's
high enough now

what'll i do on a beautiful night
if i should happen to fall
suppose i run into the handsomest lady
the tax collector comes
he says i know you haven't paid me

don't put a tax on the beautiful girls
or i won't have any lovin' at all


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