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(ron wood/rod stewart)Sit right down if you can spare me a minuteI got a tale thats bound to break your heartConcerns my brother who’s thin and played violinGot it in his head that an iq is all you needHe went his way I couldn’t discover mineI didn’t worry if I ever saw him againHe’s made a profit while I don’t even own a pocketAnd the last I heard he was sitting at the top of the treeWait a minuteLate last night reading my underground pressCame a knock on the door thought it was the third world warLord above I did not recognize himI said have a cup of coke here maybe thats all you needHe said the smell of the cityKid it’s trying to kill meMy eyes are getting muddyChrist I’m aging fastMy kind of music I knew it wasn’t gonna to be simpleBut have a quick listen kid maybe thats all you needDon’t stop you make me feel much betterTell me my brother do you think that’s all I needYea yeaDon’t it make you happyWell, well, well, well, wellThat’s all you needThat’s all you needThat’s all you needThat’s all you need(repeat and fade)

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