Buster Benton - Money Is The Name of The Game

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Опубликовано: 2018-03-18
Продолжительность: 06:08
Album: Blues & Trouble Lyrics: It's a pity Low down and dirty shame
Lord its A pity, Low down and dirty shame
Tell me how can a poor man make it
I say when money is the name of the game

I used to have to a best credit
Every place in town
I sign my name no money down
Things ain't tough y’all
And old Buster leads on
Now my name won’t even buy me
Now my name won’t buy me
A piece of bubblegum
Its a pity
Low down dirty shame

Tell me how can I poor man make it
I say when money is the name of the game

So bad baby yeah…

Thinking here about the good time
I know has passed
It ain’t the old ravishing me
But it got me looking for Game
Its a pity
Low down and Dirty shame

Oh low baby

Tell me how can I poor man make it
I say when money is the name of the game

I need some baby
I know oh lord yeah
We talking about Crumbs(?)
Don’t forget about the Fringe(?)

Tell me how can I poor make it
I say when money yeah! is the name of the game

Thanks to Shivang Srivastava

Arley "Buster" Benton was an American blues guitarist and singer. He played guitar in Willie Dixon's Blues All-Stars.Benton was tenacious, and despite the amputation of parts of both legs in the latter part of his lengthy career, he never stopped playing his own version of Chicago blues.
Buster Benton was one of those guys who put his body and soul into his music: his emotive vocals and heartfelt guitar lines gave his slow Blues an authentic pain, and his up-tempo music rang with joy. Although he remains a footnote in the bigger picture in the History of the Blues, Buster was the real deal.

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