"The Lottery" as written by and Ernie Parada....
Hey mister, thanks for the offer, thanks for the time spent
But all your trust went out the window weeks ago
And I know that you've got big plans

Hey mister, thanks for the offer, thank for the time spent
But all your trust went out the window
But somehow you've got me thinking again

Down and out
He is down and out
He's waiting for the chance to cash in
He is down and out
He is down and out
He's waiting for the chance to cash in but not on me

She said, "Make that money, baby,
could you make that money, please?
But don't come home, no, don't come home, no
don't come home without that green."
She said, "Make that money, baby,
could you make it by any means?
But don't come home, no, don't come home, no
don't come home without that green."

She is down and out
He is down and out
He's waiting for the chance to cash in
He is down and out
He is down and out
He's waiting for the chance to cash in but not on me
Oh-oh, oh

We left with high hopes and headed for Ohio
We left with high hopes and headed for Ohio
We left with high hopes and headed for Ohio
We left with high hopes

We left with high hopes and headed for Ohio
We left with high hopes, headed for Ohio
We left with high hopes and headed for Ohio
We left with high hopes

Down and out
He is down and out
He's waiting for the chance to cash in
He is down and out
He is down and out
He's waiting for his chance to cash in but not on me
Oh-oh, oh


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