Old Man Singin'
There's an old man, wore an old caddies hat
by Moth Harris
Sang an old song, on the same old stoop where he sat
Something 'bout old dogs an' old cats
'A welcome sign on every door mat'
Though the story is unclear, there's not a lot to hear
Just the same old tune, in the same old ears.
With his long beard, drinkin' cold beers
'Here's to the same old fears'
He's out at night, sit down and have the same old chat
He sings the same old song where ever he's at
Something 'bout snitchin' on all the rats
'Nothin' beats a pat on the back'
Sometimes he tells stories about his old career
Said that was the last time he'd ever break a mirror
Because the bad luck seems to stay near
'Drink up and forget the tears'
'A welcome sign on every door mat
Here's to the same old fears
'cause nothing beats a pat on the back
So drink up and forget the tears'