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Climax Blues Band – One For Me And You lyrics

Well, I ain't got time to write a letter to you
Ain't got no money for a phone
What am I gonna do?
Girl, I'm missing you

Ain't got the money for a ticket back home
Ain't got no wings that I can fly
What am I gonna do?
I'm so far from you

So it's one for the ladies, one for the crazies
And one for my friends back home
I'm gonna drink to the Devil, stay on the level
One for the road and another for me and you

Gotta keep travelling every day
Keep on moving up the road
What am I gonna do?
I'm so far from you

You're on my mind every step of the way
Ain't got no way to let you know
What am I gonna do?
I'm still missing you

So it's one for the ladies, one for the crazies
And one for my friends back home
I'm gonna drink to the Devil, stay on the level
One for the road and another for me and you

Well, I ain't got time to write a letter to you
Ain't got no money for a phone
What am I gonna do?
I'm still missing you

So it's one for the ladies, one for the crazies
And one for my friends back home
I'm gonna drink to the Devil, stay on the level
One for the road



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