"My Gal" as written by and J. Butler J. Sebastian....
The rich gal she ride in an automobile
The poor gal do quite the same
My gal she rides an old hay wagon
But oh she's getting round just the same

Well I'll be there in the morning if I live
I'll be there in the morning if I don't get killed
If I never no more see you again
Be sure to remember me

Well a rich gal, she'll fight you and she'll bop you with a stick
A poor gal do quite the same
My gal get a rusty razor and run you all over town
You know she's raising hell just the same
Well I'll be there in the morning if I live
I will be there in the morning if I don't get killed
If I never no more see you again
Be sure to remember me, yeah

Well a rich gal she'll kiss you nice, she'll kiss you awful sweet
A poor gal kiss quite the same
But my gal, spit back at you, she'll stomp all on your lips
You know she's loving you just the same

Well I'll be there in the morning if I live (if I live)
I will be there in the morning if I don't get killed (if I don't get killed)
If I never see you again
Be sure to remember me

Well a rich gal, she drinks good ol' whiskey
And a poor gal will drink quite the same
But my gal she drinks shoe polish
You know she's gettin' drunk just the same

Yes I'll be there in the morning if I live (if I live)
I will be there in the morning if I don't get killed (if I don't get killed)
Oh if I never see you again
Be sure to remember me


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"My Gal" as written by James (jim) Kweskin Erik M. Jacobsen

Lyrics © CARLIN AMERICA INC, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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