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Dollar Aint a Dollar

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Dollar Ain't a Dollar

Dollar Ain't a Dollar

I was feelin' kinda hungry so I thought I'd buy some bread,
And I went into the corner groc'ry store,
I took out the usual money but the grocer shook his head,
'Cause a dollar ain't a dollar any more.

cho: Oh a dollar bill don't buy what it us'd to,
     Don't buy what it us'd to
     Don't buy what it us'd to
     Oh a dollar bill don't buy what it us'd to,
     'Cause a dollar ain't a dollar any more.

Now I live in a rooming house and my room is awful small
As a matter of fact it's only two by four.
Then the landlord raised my rent and now I'm living in the wall
Cause a dollar ain't a dollar anymore

From the tree that grows in Brooklyn to the gulf of Mexico,
From Florida out to the Western shore,
Let's take Congress by the collar, "Roll those prices back," we'll
  holler,
'Cause a dollar ain't a dollar anymore...

SW
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