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9 thoughts on “ Share What You Got, Keep What You Need

  1. Share What You Got (but Keep What You Need) Songtext. i'; ll give a friend my last dime i'd leave a job to do a favor any old time but i won't share my baby she's not part of a good deed share what you got but keep what you need. if you can't pay .
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  4. Robert Cray Lyrics. "Share What You've Got, Keep What You Need". Mmmmmmm. I'd give a friend. My very last dime. And I'd leave my job to do a favor for 'ya. Any time, oh yes I would. But I won't share my baby. She's not part of a good deed.
  5. "Ringing Bells" by Masta Killa sampled William Bell's "Share What You Got (But Keep What You Need)". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
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  9. Share What You Got (But Keep What You Need) Lyrics: I';ll give a friend my last dime / I'd leave a job to do a favor any old time / But i won't share my baby / She's not part of a good deed.

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