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The Maine – Take What You Can Carry lyrics

You get what you pay for
Unless you take a little more
What's the delay for?
Ain't nothing but a thunderstorm

Find a new angle
You and me we'll start a war
Or you'll get what you paid for

Take what you can carry
Joseph and Mary
They're outta town tonight

Well You get what you pay for
The shiny things on silver screens
The media, celebrities
What's the delay for?
Take what you want
Not what you need
Just take
And take
And taketake take

Take what you can carry
Joseph and Mary
They're outta town tonight
My children will be shining
Covered in diamonds
If you see me don't put up a fight
Or you'll get what you paid for
Yeah you'll get what you paid for

Take what you can carry
Joseph and Mary
They're outta town tonight
My children will be shining
Covered in diamonds

So take what you can carry
Joseph and Mary
They're outta town tonight
My children will be shining
Covered in diamonds
If you see me don't put up a fight
Or you'll get what you paid for
Yeah you'll get what you paid for



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