"Mr. Insignificant" as written by and Hugh Alan Cornwell....
Take it up take it down take it now from side to side
He's hung up he's hung down he's taking both you and me for a ride
Banks and lawyers are on my tail
They want to run me out of town on a rail because of Mr. Insignificant
Gave him cash I gave my life
I gave my house my land
I offered him my wife
He smooth walked he smooth talked
When I mentioned risk he didn't even baulk
He's never in when I give him a call
I know my world is getting due for a fall because of Mr. Insignificant
Hear me praying hear me praying what's he saying buy and sell
A simple guy who'd rather die than live a life not doing well
I give up I give down I been left with nothing on the ground
Been had been done good been picked clean by the worst kind of hood
I hope I get to have my say
When I get there on the judgement day with Mr. Insignificant

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"Mr. Insignificant" as written by Hugh Alan Cornwell


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