So they drop another penny in your
Oh you'll not buy a lot with that
You've seen the scene change ten time and come back
So you roll yourself another cigarette
A habit that you've not kicked yet
Money in the jar spent behind the bar for one
Oh darling you haven't left me yet

Lady, my baby, please play for me again
I'll hold you like I held you back in '71

So you could of been a rock 'n' roll star
With Lady your best guitar
When you saw her in the shop
She stood out from the lot by far
And then you go and toss it all away
Life was too much shame
So you're living on the street where no-one knows your name
Oh darling you haven't left me yet

Lady, my baby, please play for me again
I'll hold you like I held you back in '71

Oh darling you haven't left me yet

Lady, my baby, please play for me again
I'll hold you like I held you back in '71
Lady, my baby, please play for me again
I'll hold you like I held you back in '71


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A Buskers Carol song meanings
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