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WRINKLED CRINKLED WADDED DOLLAR BILL (Vincent Matthews) Dick Curless - 1967 The Stonemans - 1968 Johnny Cash - 1970 Mac Wiseman - 1970 I've got a lot of blues on my mind And at least a million miles behind me And all that I've got between me and Paupers Hill Is a wrinkled crinkled wadded dollar bill Lake Michigan wind sure is cold And I need me a jacket for my shoulders I can buy one down at the surples store, cheap cotton twill With my wrinkled crinkled wadded dollar bill For I'm not bound and I never will Be to a wrinkled crinkled wadded dollar bill It sure smells good at the bakery And I stand and let the smells flood over me They sell them day-old cakes mighty cheaply, I could eat my fill With my wrinkled crinkled wadded dollar bill Transients are welcome says the sign One half gets the room, the other the wine But tomorrow would start right on time, darned if I will With my wrinkled crinkled wadded dollar bill For I'm not bound and I never will Be to a wrinkled crinkled wadded dollar bill Lake Michigan waves hit the beach And I stand and let them wash at my feet And then I throw it just as far as I can into the chill My wrinkled crinkled wadded dollar bill For I'm not bound and I never will Be to a wrinkled crinkled wadded dollar bill For I'm not bound and I never will Be to a wrinkled crinkled wadded dollar bill For I'm not bound and I never will......FADE (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2011)

    


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