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This is a dishonorable profession Brought about by people who think right First will take a kid And when he's earned a bit We'll fleece him Push him on the stage Then push him to one side This is a dishonorable profession Even thieves would treat their own more kind And the man who gets his ten per cent Will go on to become a President While you will just barely survive. Such is a dishonorable profession where success however great is despised Ana while you say that you are In it only for the music Managers and agents view this with delight. Such is a dishonorable profession Once you've passed the age of thirty-five Your career is as good as up Though your songs might still be good enough The business is saying bye bye. Sign on the dotted line And soon you'll he in the big time Making a fortune for let's see The Management and the record company [Solo] Such is a dishonorable profession Once you've passed the age of thirty-five Your career is as good as up Though your songs might still be good enough The busin
Ess is saying bye bye.



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