TRANSCRIBED BY "Tim Sullivan" <email@example.com>
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I'll see you at the weighing in when your life's sum total's
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I'll see you at the Weighing In when your life's sum
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total's made. And you set your wealth in goodly deeds
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against the sins you've laid. And you place your final
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burden on your hard pressed next of kin. Send the chamber pot
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back down the line to be filled up again,____oh.
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As you slip on the greasy plat form and land upon your
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back. You make a wish and you wipe your nose
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up-on the railway track. While the high strung loco -
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mo tive with furnace burning bright lumbers on, you
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wave good bye and the sparks fade into the night, yeah.
And the hard headed miracle worker who bathes his hands in blood, will welcome you to the final "nod" and cover your with mud. And he'll say you really should make a deal as he offers 'round the hat. You'd better lick two fingers clean--he'll thank you all for that.
And as you join the Good Ship Earth, and you mingle with the dust. You'd better leave your underpants with someone you cn trust. And the old man with the telescope cuts the final strand--
you'd better lick two fingers clean before you shake his hand.