"High Cost of Loving" as written by Allen Alvoid Jr. Jones and Sherwin Hamlett....
The price is gettin' higher every, day
When it comes to good loving, it's the same old way
The high cost of love, gettin' higher every day
The less I get the more I have to pay

I came home with the groceries, you said, you need some more
I gave you my last two dollars, you said, you need 3 or 4
The high cost of love, gettin' higher every day
Seems like the less I get, the more I have to pay

I bought you a leather coat, you said, you wanted a mink
The way you spend my money, you think, you're married to a bank
The high cost of love, gettin' higher every day
Seems like the less I make, the more I have to pay

Where I live they want to raise my rent
Before I make a dollar, you know it's, it's already spent
The high cost of love, gettin' higher every day
Seems like the less I get, the more I have to pay

Seems like the less I get, the more I have to pay
Seems like the less I get, the more I have to pay


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"High Cost of Loving" as written by Sherwin Hamlett Allen Alvoid Jr. Jones

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