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Hugh Blumenfeld - Mozart's Money Lyrics

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  • I was good at tending bar
  • They called me Our Lady of O'Reilly's
  • I could talk to me in trouble
  • and I know the difference between poison and truth
  • But I crashed my car last March
  • And the back was full of empty quarts of vodka
  • So I walk to work at midnight,
  • at the Donut Town down on Main St.
  • And the big trucks roll by
  • They shake the ground like thunder
  • But there's nothing flashing under
  • The Main Street sky
  • I won't wear the damn uniform they gave us
  • When you're my size, you don't wear orange
  • Well I may not be your beauty,
  • but I swear I will not be your clown
  • And Ginny will not fire me
  • I'm the only one who's here on time
  • So we have this little understanding
  • that we just don't get along
  • And the big trucks roll by
  • They shake the ground like thunder
  • But there's nothing flashing under
  • The Main Street sky
  • I put a pot on for the truckers
  • and I put one on for myself
  • and from 2am till 5,
  • I can just park it and read
  • And I'm going back to school
  • I don't care if it's a load of crap
  • cause my future things he's sitting at the counter
  • with his

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