It's way past noon, I just woke up
Man, I feel like shit
One drink too much, took me right out, pass
How the hell did I get home

I was still in bed when I heard the door
Somebody kept on knockin'
And there she was, neat as a pin
Smile on the face, staring down on me

There she was, there she was
Asking for the little donation
There she was, there she was
Shakin' more than my foundations

So I asked her in, and to my surprise
She didn't waste no time
She took off her dress, kicked off her shoes
And threw away her glasses

She was here, she said, to save my soul
Asking for a little donation
I gave her all I had to give
Waiting for my salvation

There she was, there she was
Praying for the little donation
On her knees, there she was
Shakin' more than my foundations

There she was
Begging for a little donation
Down on her knees
She rocked me down to my foundations
Dwn to my foundations

It's all for a good purpose
But it ain't for charity
It's all for a good purpose
She came for money, and gave her dignity

C.O.D.- Charity
C.O.D.- Charity, no charge
C.O.D.- Charity, no fees
C.O.D.- Charity

C.O.D.- Charity, she came, she saw, she conquered
C.O.D.- Charity
C.O.D.- Charity, she came, she saw, she had it from me
C.O.D.- Charity

C.O.D.- Charity, down
C.O.D.- Charity, down on me
C.O.D.- Charity, oh Lord
C.O.D.- Charity, she's sucking out the devil, the devil in me

You know, I'm good
Do you like my holy donation
Just call on me, whenever your want
And rock me down to my foundation

There she was
Asking for a little donation
Don't ever stop, don't spill a drop
Keep a shakin' on a my foundations


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