Willie The Pimp Part One - Live At Fillmore East / 1971
by Frank Zappa & The Mothers
Lyrics and Meaning
I'm a little pimp with my hair gassed back
Pair of khaki pants with my shoes shined black
Got a little lady walk that street
Tellin' all the boys that she can't be beat
Twenty dollar bill, I can set you straight
Meet me on the corner boy'n don't be late
Man in a suit with bow-tie neck
Want to buy a grunt with a third party check
Standin' onna porch of the Lido Hotel
Floozies in the lobby love the way I sell
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