Daughter, Daughter, do you have a dollar?
We've clothed you and fed you, given you a bed
It's time you get out and bring home the rent
You're stupid and worthless, but a job you can find
Help out around here and do as we say
As long as you help out, we'll make sure that you stay
Sister, Sister, do you have a dollar?
You're nothing but trouble in this household of ours
Can't wait til you grow up, we're counting the hours
Buy us new shoes, a few clothes, whatever will do
Bring home some groceries, and we'll cater to you
You're stupid and worthless, but we'll put up with you
Wifey, Wifey, do you have a dollar?
Your'e ugly and stupid, but you can help out alot
Work hard, keep quiet, and I'll buy you a house
Dress as I show you, and speak when I say
I'll fill you with babies, and you'll have to stay
Mommie, oh Mommie, do you have a dollar?
You can't change a diaper, or spend time at home
Nannies will do it, cause daddy has you
Just pop in and hug me, and hold me a little
I'll be grateful for whatever, a trinket, a toy, anything will do
We love you oh mommie, but we can't have you
Darling, Darling, do you have a dollar?
I'll take you and keep you and always be true
Your babies will be mine, and I'll never leave you
You're perfect, you're kind, you're gentle and good
I've waited a lifetime, just to spend it with you
Employee, Employee, do you have a dollar?
We've taken your dignity, your ideas and your soul
We promised to take care of you, for all that you toiled
Once you got old, beaten and worn,
We'll just cut you back, because we don't need you
Yes, Yes, I do have a dollar
Mommie and Daddy, sisters and friends...husbands and loved ones
and those in between...I learned long ago that without any means
No one would love or care if I lived
I treated and I buy, I'l do anything it seems
I''m caring, I'm good, and I'll do anything for you
You don't need a dollar, ...I only want you
At the end of this road, you'd think I had learned
To close up my feelings, my heart and my purse
It's too late believe me...This is the course that I take
One day I'll be gone and you'll all laugh and sigh
She was good for a laugh, a ride and a roof