Barry White, Bobby Womack Nobody Wants You When You're Down and Out cover

Nobody Wants You When You're Down and Out
by Barry White & Bobby Womack
Lyrics



Nobody Wants You When You're Down and Out Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Well, once I lived the life of a millionaire
Spending my money, no, I didn't care
Takin' my friend John out for a mighty good time
Buyin' high-priced liquor, champagne and wine
Verse 2
Then I began to fall so low
Didn't have a friend, nor no place to go
If I get my hands on a dollar again
I'm goin' to hold on to it until the eagle grins
Verse 3
Soon as I get back up on my feet again
Everybody wants to be my long-lost friend
It's might strange, without a doubt
Nobody wants you when you're down and out
Verse 4
Lord, soon as I get up on my feet again
Everybody wants to be my long-lost friend
It's mighty strange, without a doubt
Nobody wants you when you're down and out
That's what I mean when you're down and out

Writer(s):Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, PAUL RODRIGUEZ MUSIC LTD., BMG Rights Management
Copyright: JIMMY COX
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