OZARK MOUNTAIN DAREDEVILS


A Dollar's Worth Of Regular Lyrics

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I'm always good for a jump or a joke

I take it easy even when I take a toke

but there's a memory and a story never wrote

and every time it's told, I get a lump in my throat



I know it's crazy, but I swear it ain't a lie

it happened early in the pale morning light

a pretty girl in a foreign car drove in and winked her eye

and what she said right there and then - I'll hear until I die



She said all I need is a dollar's worth of regular

all I want is an hour's worth of love

but don't worry darlin', you can fill me up this evening

late in the evening when the stars are high above



Now some old boys are made of stone and some are made of steel

and some can live on luck alone and never miss a meal

and some are sellin' bargain love, but all they do is steal

but what the hell, who gives a damn - a deal is just a deal



Now I'm a country boy with a simple country mind

I'm workin' in the station every day from nine 'til nine

but if somebody tells me that my life ain't too sublime

I just tell 'em what she said - and then they know I'm doin' fine



She said all I need is a dollar's worth of regular

all I want is an hour's worth of love

but don't worry darlin', you can fill me up this evening

late in the evening when the stars are high above

late in the evening when the stars are high above

woo - wo - wo -woo

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Lyrics are copyright 1976, Steve Cash

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