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THAT'S A NATURAL FACT (Nat "King" Cole / Dave Dexter 1947) The Nat "King" Cole Trio recorded 1947 A man's got no friends when he ain't got a cent, And that's, that's a natural fact! All his pals go 'way to find green pastures, None of 'em ever come back! But I'll get along, and I'll think of the times Money was cheap, and I didn't count dimes! Yes, a man's got no friends when he ain't got a cent, And that's, that's a natural fact! (humming) Once they called me The Boss, I had money and nerve; Old Lady Luck sort of threw me a curve! Yes, a man's got no friends when he ain't got a cent, And that's, that's a natural fact! When a man's got no home, He must travel alone, And that's, that's a natural fact! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - September 2013)

    


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