"Mr. Pawnbroker" as written by Riley B. King and Jules Bihari....
I'm a pawnbroker, what do you want on your ring
I'm a pawnbroker, what do you want on your ring
See like every woman I loaned, they want the same old thing

Have to use my tester and see if will stand the test
Have to use my tester and see if will stand the test
Yes, I'm a pawnbroker, don't have nothing but the best

18 carat is o.k., but 14 carat will make the grade
18 carat is o.k., but 14 carat will make the grade
Yes, I'm a ring pawnbroker, don't have nothing but the best that's made

Yes, I'm a payin' pawnbroker, I pay the best price in town
Yes, I'm a payin' pawnbroker, I pay the best price in town
Well, if you don't believe me, baby, just lay your ring down

Yes, you may need money, baby, on your ring some day
Yes, you may need money, baby, on your ring some day
Well, you can't ever tell, what bad luck may come your way


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"Mr. Pawnbroker" as written by Riley B. King Jules Bihari

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