"I've Got a Quarter in My Pocket" as written by Billy Wayne Yates and John Ludowitz....
I've got a quarter in my pocket won't you tell me what I should do?
Should I put it in the phone so I can come crawling home to you
Or should I put it in the jukebox and play another heartbreak song
Well I'm leaning towards the latter and I really hate being alone

Gonna flip it in the air, gonna watch it fly
If it's heads I might love again, if it's tails I'll cry

I've got a quarter in my pocket won't you tell me what I should do?
Should I put it in the phone so I can come crawling home to you
Or should I put it in the jukebox and play another heartbreak song
Well I'm leaning towards the latter and I really hate being alone

Here I am again on the same ol' stool
With the same ol' question at hand and the mind of a fool

I've got a quarter in my pocket won't you tell me what I should do?
Should I put it in the phone so I can come crawling home to you
Or should I put it in the jukebox and play another heartbreak song
I'm leaning towards the latter and I really hate being alone
Well I've got a quarter in my pocket and I really hate being alone



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"I've Got a Quarter in My Pocket" as written by Mack Gordon Harry Warren

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