Release Date: November 11, 2013

Length: 5:19

Genre: Pop, Rock

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[Verse 1] I slept last night in a good hotel I went shopping today for jewels The wind rushed around in the dirty town And the children let out from the schools [Chorus 1] I was standing on a noisy corner Waiting for the walking green Across the street he stood And he played real good On his clarinet for free [Verse 2] Now me I play for fortunes And those velvet curtain calls I got a black limousine and two gentlemen Escorting me to the halls [Chorus 2] And I'll play if you have the money Or if you're a friend to me But the one man band By the quick lunch stand He was playing real good for free [Verse 3] Nobody stopped to hear him Though he played so sweet and high They knew he had never been on their TV So they passed his music by [Chorus 3] I meant to go over and ask for a song Maybe put on a harmony I heard his refrain As the signal changed He was playing real good for free

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