He used to be a suit and tie business man
When the monthly payments came he just
Packed his bags and ran
Never listened to reason,
And the bills were so unpaid
And now he`s holding a cardboard sign
That says "I`m not the one to blame"
He used to be a healthy man, a wealthy man
Try to bum a dollar to avoid the garbage can
He can`t believe that it turned out this way
He can hear the people say "Old what`s his name"
He paid for alcohol when it was time to pay the rent
All his money came easy, now a dime is heaven sent
He paid the dealer when it was time to pay his dues
Now his life is a bottle, a bag, and a ripped up pair of shoes
Old What`s His Name