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SING FOR THE SONG (Bob Gibson) Harry Belafonte Oh sometimes you sing for the money Sometimes you sing for the show Sometimes you sing for those dewy eyed darlings It still makes them cry don't you know One time you sang for the glory But the glory didn't last very long From the haze to the stage back to the days When you used to sing for the song Sing for the song boys Just like you did when you stood on that corner and didn't even feel the cold Sing for the song boys Just like you did before all of the cocaine And flash bulbs and bright painted ladies that haunted your soul Sing for the song boys Just like you did when you stood on that corner and didn't even feel the cold Sing for the song boys Just like you did before all of the cocaine And flash bulbs and bright painted ladies that haunted your soul Comes the time when you don't make much money And you don't put on much of a show And those dewy eyed darlings Next week will be crying For somebody else don't you know Now your tune is becoming your burden Words are all twisted and wrong And the song that you sell Don't taste quite as well As when you used to sing for the song Sing for the song boys Just like you did when you stood on that corner and didn't even feel the cold Sing for the song boys Just like you did before all of the cocaine And flash bulbs and bright painted ladies that haunted your soul Sing for the song boys Just like you did when you stood on that corner and didn't even feel the cold Sing for the song boys Just like you did before all of the cocaine And flash bulbs and bright painted ladies that haunted your soul

    


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