Well the schemer's world is dizzy by the look of Things he's busy lighting candles at both ends Playing king with all his friends. And his big plans for the future lay on someone Else's shoulders but he never tells them so, well He don't want them to know. I don't think I like the schemer's schemes: they use, Abuse and I've paid my dues - excuse me if I don't Stay, that's all I've got to say. Well he thinks I owe my life to him what a humble guy It was better late than never when we said good-bye If you hear me out there schemer boy, you blew It bad But that's alright for you. Well the dreamer's situation's sure a sign of Certain death He thinks he's found his way at last, but he don't Know this dream peaks fast. And his politics and morals, just a phrase of fancy Words and then he thinks he's warm and real, but He's still as cold as steel. I don't think I like this dreamer's dreams, try to Light they won't ignite Bite and he don't bleed, fight and he'll concede. Well, he's got a lot, but I can't ignore the price he
Paid Looking down his sloppy front he thinks he's got It made Well, if you hear me out there, dreamer boy, you Blew it bad But that's alright for you, yeah That's alright for you. Well, prissy miss Christina don't tell no one she's Sixteen, ah but she knows just what to sell Promised Mommy not to tell. And she's over bred and under fed - you'd like to Take her right to bed Tries hard to look the part like she'd be nasty in The dark Well, once I tried to win it she said "Just a New York Minute, boy, Before we can get along don't you know you've got To grease my palm." I said, "look madam, one dollar's all that I can find" So she screamed "Get out, get out before I lose My mind!" Well, if you hear me out the screamer, girl, you could Have had But that's alright for you That's alright for you. That's alright little mama, that's alright for you That's alright little mama, any old thing you do That's alright, that's alright That's alright little mama, anything you wanna do.