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Leftover Salmon – Cash On The Barrelhead lyrics

Got in a little trouble, down at the county seat
Made
(Cook)
In the jail house for loiterin' on the street
When the judge heard the verdict, was a guilty man
He said 45 dollars or 40 days in the can

Well, that'll be cash on the barrelhead, son
You can make your choice, you're twenty one
No money down, no credit plan
Gimme cash on the barrelhead 'cause I'm a busy man

Four days in the jail house, four days on the road
Feelin' tared and hungry, feel a heavy load
Saw a Greyhound comin', stuck out my thumb
Before I got to my seat, the driver caught on

That'll be cash on the barrelhead, son
This old gray dog is paid to run
When the engine starts and the wheels are rollin'
Gimme cash on the barrelhead to take it down the road

Well, that'll be cash on the barrelhead, son
You can make your
(Choice)
Or twenty one
No money down, no credit plan
Need cash on the barrelhead 'cause I'm a busy man

Gimme cash on the barrelhead 'cause I'm a busy man



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