"U-Haul" as written by and Melissa A/stewart Elliott....
There's people who sit down on a whole lot of money
They don't know what it's all about
Oh, I don't guess they do

Then there's people sittin' down on a whole lot of money
Walk by one another and hold their head up high
Snub their noses at one another, ya'll

You know that I searched and I searched and I searched and I searched
But I never seen no U-Haul behind no hearse, no!

Lead break, oh yeah!

Then there's people, they think they got everything in the whole world
Let me tell ya'll
Lord own everything, honey, that's why we can't have nothin' of our own
Ain't that right, sure
We don't have nothin' in this world our own, don't think so honey

You know that I searched and I searched and I searched and I searched
But I never seen no U-Haul behind no hearse

I'm gonna tell you all this again, you know, don't let other people take you down

I saw a car I wanna get, I done payed some on it
When I make my last bill on my car
That car is mine, honey
You park your car in the wrong place and get out of it, come back for your car
Honey, your car is gone, ain't that right?

You gotta take money out of your pocket and pay for your car again
Oh yeah, I'm gonna tell you all somethin', honey
Oh yeah, go ahead on,
I'm gonna tell you all somethin', honey
We don't have nothin' in this world our own, don't think so honey

You know that I searched and I searched and I searched and I searched
But I never seen no U-Haul behind no hearse

You know, this is my guitar, I done paid for it
But let me tell you, this guitar's not mine!
It sounds funny, don't it? Ha ha ha!
Ya'll laugh about it, ha!
Oh no, we don't have nothing in this world of our own, nothing!

You know that I searched and I searched and I searched and I searched
But I never seen no U-Haul behind no hearse


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