"Ey, Gabi hast de mal 'ne Mark?"
"Nee."
"Dann hau' ab."

Es herrscht wieder Ebbe in Gabis Portemonnaie.
Mutti hat sie schon gefragt. Die Antwort war ...
Für Oma Pacholke kauft Gabi manchmal ein,
doch die gibt Schokolade anstatt mal 'nen kleinen Schein.

Auch in Lemke's Sparschwein hat sie schon geschielt.
Sie hat sogar mit dem Gedanken an einen Job gespielt.
Kinder ausführen bringt zu wenig. Dafür hat sie keine Zeit.
Doch um Uwe einzuladen wär' zu allem sie bereit.

Raubt sie alte Damen aus?
Überfällt sie eine Bank?
Es ist wieder Wochenende. Gabi ist mal wieder blank.
Es ist wieder Wochenende und Gabi ist mal wieder blank.

Gabi ist pleite. Gabi ist blank.
Gabi ist pleite.

Wagen waschen, das fällt flach.
Es regnet schon den ganzen Tag.
Lotto spielen ist nicht drin.
Viel zu spät kommt der Gewinn.
Wie wär's mit 'ner Konfirmation.
Auf lange Sicht lohnt sich das schon.
Von den Verwandten reiche Beute,
doch Gabi braucht den Zaster heute.

Gabi stellt sich mit Gitarre singend in die Innenstadt.
Leider ist heut' langer Samstag und man tritt sie einfach platt.

Raubt sie alte Damen aus?
Überfällt sie eine Bank?
Es ist wieder Wochenende. Gabi ist mal wieder blank.
Es ist wieder Wochenende und Gabi ist mal wieder blank.

Gabi ist pleite. Gabi ist blank.
Gabi ist pleite.

Gabi hat kein Geld. (Gabi ist pleite.) (3x)
Gabi ist pleite.

Denn Gabi hat kein Geld.


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