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Me and the I.R.S. Recorded by Johnny Paycheck Written by Don J. Scaife, Gladys Johns Scaife Ronny Scaife and Phil Sidney Thomas
G C G I’m gonna tell the man at the IRS this old boy hell I’ve had enough A7 D7 Cause the way the big man rakes it in the little man coughs it up G C Well the bite keeps a-getting bigger and the pay check’s a getting small G A7 D7 G You know the IRS ain’t gonna rest until they think they’ve got it all
C G They take out the bucks on a lot of folks but listen I ain’t one A7 D7 From now on I’m a-keepin’ my pay ain’t gonna deduct none G C So erase my name from your record take me off your mailin’ list G A7 D7 G You can write me off cause I ain’t givin’ a dime to the IRS
Well it’s hard to keep my hands on my woman C G With Uncle Sam’s hand in my pants A7 D7 And if I can’t afford the music how in the hell am I gonna dance G C G Now if everybody kicked in his fair share I might back up and say yes A7 D7 G But the big man plays while the little man pays so to hell with the IRS
C G They take out the bucks on a lot of folks but sucker I ain’t one A7 D7 From now on I’m a-keepin’ my pay ain’t gonna deduct none G So put your 1040 form where the sun don’t shine C Straighten out your own damn mess G A7 D7 G You can write me off cause I ain’t givin’ a dime to the IRS A7 D7 G You can write me off cause I ain’t givin’ a dime to the IRS
You want to know why cause they just blow it hell you could take what They spend studying the sex habits of the South American Swamp Rat And keep us all in beer for the next hundred years blood suckers Did you ever see Dracula in a grey flannel suit look up you will
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