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Donald E Doyle – Bit Of Cash lyrics
There is a legend come from Memphis town
Wrote a song about a prison and a track.
I don't have to tell ya I think you know
He's referred to as the man in black

Done a show at Folsom Prison in 1968
Warden asked "Is this the right thing to do"?
Ole John said "Here sit down and enjoy the show"
And hit em with a boy named Sue
"My name is Sue.
How do you do? "

(Guitar Break)

Now walkin' the line was a way of life
Too familiar with ole Johnny Cash.
Played the show in Folsom Prison
On his way down to San Quentin
Love ya all and I'll be comin' back

There is a legend come from Memphis town
Wrote a song about a prison and a track.
I don't have to tell ya I think you know
He's referred to as the man in black
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