"Last Four Nickels" as written by and David R Richard Steen....
I took my last four nickels
Put them into the telephone
Tryin' to call my baby
But she's not at home

Baby
What's you tryin to do me, girl?
I want to sell you down
Ahhh
The best things in life are free

I took my last hundred dollars
And I bought a gold ring
She said it ain't got no diamond
It won't mean a thing

Baby
What's you tryin to do me?
I want to sell you, girl
Ahhh
The best things in life are free
Awwhhh

I took my last two hundred dollars
And I bought a cadillac
They says it sho' looks good
But they want to take it back
Baby

What's you tryin to do me, girl?
I want to sell you, girl
Ahhh
The best things in life are free

I took my last four nickels
Put them into the telephone
Tryin' to call my baby
But she's not at home
Baby

What's you tryin to do me?
I want to sell you, girl
Ahhh
The best things in life are free
Ahhhh...


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"Last Four Nickels" as written by David R Richard Steen David Steen

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