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Well my shoulder aches every morning for want of surgery
But they want way more money than I'm ever gonna see
So I'll drink my whiskey
'Cause I'm just waiting for the day
That this problem becomes an emergency
'Cause at the ER you don't pay
Baby, you don't pay
Baby, you don't pay
Baby, you don't pay

Well last winter I had a bad cough and it never went away
Going on eight months, I ain't enjoyed a single day
But I'll say my prayers
That it gets worse, oh baby, I got faith
That this problem becomes an emergency
'Cause at the ER you don't pay
Baby, you don't pay
Baby, you don't pay
Baby, you don't pay

Well I was out riding around the other day and I got hit
I was awfully bloody, but that just wouldn't cut it
So I said, "Hey-- hey, man
One more time and don't touch the brakes"
'Cause once this problem's an emergency
At the ER you don't pay
Baby, you don't pay
Baby, you don't pay
Baby, you don't pay


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