"Kill The King" as written by and Tim Harrington Chris Goss....
I was askin'
For two dollars
Two shots
To Kill the King

"If you really love me
And you're thinking of me
You'd do just about anything"
It happened on a sunday

The liqour stores were closed
Thank heaven for the blue laws
We were swimmin' in out sunday clothes
I was askin'

For two dollars
To cook up somethin' cheap
I was shakin' like the rabbit
That was hangin' from her teeth

"And in many degrees of heat
The fire looked at the meat
And said 'if I cook you
The least you can do

Is lay there and be sweet' "
Call the fire in winter
When it snows it won't be cold
Call the wind in summer

If the salt should reign as gold
Kill the King
Kill the King

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