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Willie Nelson – That's All lyrics

Some people go to school tryin' to learn how to teach
Some people go to school tryin' to learn how to preach
But if you preach without goin' school
Brother you're ain't no preacher you're an educated fool
And that's all and that's all
You'd better change your way of livin' cause the good Lord say that's all
Now a feller I know it's a wiser man tryin' to save all the money that he can
One day undertaker lets him down
Where's he gonna spend that money under the ground
And that's all and that's all...
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Now a man come from monkey some people say
But the Good Book brother just don't tell it that way
And if you believe that monkey tale like some folks do
Then I'd rather be that monkey than you
And that's all and that's all...
Well my little song is ended and my little song is through
And I necessarilly mean this song for you
But if you don't like the way the little song goes
Well it's a mighty good sign that I've been trottin' on your toes
And that's all and that's all...



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