"M.E.M.P.H.I.S." as written by Ronnie Van Zant, Allen Collins and Gary Robert Rossington....
Well I just took a left on 57 South.
With a stogie in my hand and a lighter in my mouth.
There's a transient in the backseat and my dog is riding 'gun.
We're making easy money and we're always on the run.

When you're pimping ho's in style, there's just one place to be.
It's nestled in the corner of southwestern Tennessee.
My dog who knew the King he told me just the other day.
The only one from Memphis is the Presley's Adelay.

Making Easy Money Pimping Hos In Style.
The only one from Memphis is at Graceland.
Making Easy Money Pimping Hos In Style.
It's good to have you in the band.

Adelay is in the backseat and the money's in the tank.
The cops are right behind us on a beeline from the bank.
With the pedal to the floor we pass the border and we're free.
And fading in the rearview is Memphis, Tennessee.

Making Easy Money Pimping Hos In Style.
The only one from Memphis is at Graceland.
Making Easy Money Pimping Hos In Style.
It's good to have you in the band.


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"M.E.M.P.H.I.S." as written by Gary Robert Rossington Allen Collins

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