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David Allan Coe – I Love Robbin' Banks lyrics

Just keep the motor runnin' this won't take very long
By the time the police get here we'll be already gone
We've got to leave 'em hangin' we can't leave 'em no clues
Just take the money and run
Lord I love robbin' banks Lord I love robbin' banks
I always tell the teller thanks Lord I love robbin' banks

I like to holler stick up when I walk through the door
It lets 'em know their safe just isn't safe anymore
I like to see their faces when I show them my gun then take the money and run
Lord I love robbin' banks...
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Five'll get you ten she'll push the burglar system
Ten'll get you twenty years on some prison farm
The first thing that I do is make 'em lay on the floor then take the money and run
Lord I love robbin' banks...
Lord I love robbin' banks...



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