Spider got with legs and I got two A guitar got six string well What about you what do you got? What did you get for free? Well, better get all your things together, girl And make sure you give 'em all to me
Stone or rock ain't movin' Neither is a tree That may be good for you, girl But it ain't good for me, in rollin' Yeah, I'm takin' what I need for free You still got to get it all together Put it in the trunk of my car And I'm gonna take it all for free
What do you got that I ain't got? That's what I wanna know Can I get a piece of it? A piece before you go? Well, give it up, yeah Yeah, shove it right down my throat Oh, I got one last thing to say to you Have you seen my coat?
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