Текст песни Clay Walker - Money ain't everything

Let's go to Louisiana, boys Way down in Louisiana Where the moss and cypress grew You'd find old Jack in a shotgun shack In the back of the black bayou Some folks called him crazy But I knew better than that He kept a hundred dollar bill Tucked away in the brim Of his dirty old cowboy hat Jack told me a story When I was ten years old He said, "There was once a fool Tried to swim this swamp With his back weighted down with gold" He said, "You should've seen that alligator smile He had a meal fit for a king But he ened up on my table son Money ain't everything" He said, "There's only one way into this world And one way out it's true You either eat the alligator Or he's gonna eat you" "There's people livin' in a high-rise That'll never hear a robin sing What good is first place When you're in a rat race Money ain't everything" Little Maggie May was dying Her heart was about to go When her daddy found a sack On the porch out back With half a million dollars in gold But they still talk about the stranger Who saved her life that spring No name on the note But someone wrote Money ain't everything He said, "There's only one way into this world And one way out it's true You either eat the alligator Or he's gonna eat you" "There's people livin' in a high-rise That'll never hear a robin sing What good is first place When you're in a rat race Money ain't everything" No name on the note But I know who wrote Money ain't everything
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