"Beg, Borrow, And Steal" as written by and L. Zerato J. Day....
You threw me out the night before last and
Now you want me back in your arms again
You think I'm a fool, you treat me like dirt
You pull the string and hope I will be your friend
But I know what's on your mind
So I'd rather stay out in the street without a dime

And I'd rather beg, borrow, and steal
I'd rather beg, borrow, and steal
I'd rather beg, borrow, and steal
Than go back to you
Than go back to you
Than go back to you
Than go back to you

How long did you think I'd hang around
Pretending to not see the tricks that you pulled on me
There's only so much a man can take
Before his life turns into a tragedy
So I'm getting out now while I can
'cause I don't want to blow it,
I want to walk out like a man

And I'd rather beg, borrow, and steal
I'd rather beg, borrow, and steal
I'd rather beg, borrow, and steal
Than go back to you
Than go back to you
Than go back to you
Than go back to you

And I'd rather beg, borrow, and steal
I'd rather beg, borrow, and steal
I'd rather beg, borrow, and steal
I'd rather beg, borrow, and steal



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