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By me, but not beside, they say
To change one's me for you have strayed
To cry all me towards your money,
Pay your own and if so funny
But your happy, proud, but out you take
What coward's make.
'What do they say?'
'By me, but not beside.'
'They say it by you?'
'Well I didn't make it, they did, but it was by me, yes.'
Riddle Answer A Way
by me, but not beside, they say to change - by the way.
to change one's me for you have strayed - to change one's ways.
to cry all me towards your money - to cry all the way to the bank, a figure of speech referring to making money through means one feels ashamed about.
pay your own and if so funny but your happy, proud - to pay one's way.
but out you take what coward's make - to take the coward's way out.