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​I'm Still Sitting on Top of the World

This song is by Sam Collins and appears on the album Sam Collins (1927-1931) (1991).

The day you left me, you throwed me down
Went and hurt me so bad, babe, talk's over town
And now she's gone, I sure don't worry
I'm sitting on top of the world

Because I'm broke, all down and out
You up and quit me and put me out
And now she's gone, and I ain't gon' worry
I'm sitting on top of the world

Went to the Nations, lived town to town
Gonna catch me the first train, I've got to go
And now she's gone, and I ain't gon' worry
I'm sitting on top of the world

You brushed my jumper, my overhalls
Goin' up to the station, meet the Cannonball
And now she's gone, and I ain't gon' worry
I'm sitting on top of the world

I'd rather walk the streets all night
To be uneasy, be treated right
And now she's gone, and I ain't gonna worry
I'm sitting on top of the world

I give 'er my money and a diamond ring
Now come her fatmouth, beat me shakin' that thing
And now she's gone, and I ain't gon' worry
I'm sitting on top of the world

The day you left me, goin' almost blind
I write you a letter for speakin' back
And now she's gone, and I ain't gon' worry
I'm sitting on top of the world