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Eric Clapton – Last Will And Testament lyrics

(feat. J. J. Cale)

Well I met this old woman
She was hard as nails
I think she just come out of the
County jail
Would I loan her some money
Just to pay her rent
If I would she would put me
In her
Last Will and Testament

Well I've got lots of children
An ex-wife or two
I never hear from them
'til the bills are due
The money I gave them
They already spent
If I could just help 'em out
They would put me in their
Last Will and Testament

You know I'm goin' over sixty
I'm older than most
It won't be long now
I'll be nothin' but a ghost
My intentions
It's my intent
To leave all of them people
Out of my
Last Will and Testament

And when it's all over
They put you in the ground
Send my belongings
To the Lost and Found
My intentions
It's my intent
To leave all of them people
Out of my
Last Will and Testament



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