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“Give you two-bits or the going rate to guess Playboy's”
“Diddley is most often cited for his signature “Bo Diddley beat,” a syncopated 5/4 pattern similar to the West African-derived “hambone” rhythm or “Shave and a haircut two-bits” couplet.”
“I shoulda asked — do you got any two-bits with you?”
“Another thing is not to tap out the old “shave-and-a-haircut, two-bits” tune on your car horn.”
“Okay,' he said, 'Make it two-bits; I never let 'a man bet on credit.”
“Not law-type honest — I'd rob a grave, I'd steal two-bits off a dead man's eyes if I thought it would contribute to the day's enjoyment — but unto-thyself-type honest.”
“Not law-type honest " I'd rob a grave, I'd steal two-bits off a dead man's eyes if I thought it would contribute to the day's enjoyment " but unto-thyself-type honest.”
“Before I had a chance to reply a fragrant bunch was thrust into his hands by an urchin who announced: "Two for two-bits.”
“And two-bits apiece!" almost wailed poor Gettysburg, diving back into the cabin, "and only them four in the shack!”
“Laws, you could have a million dollars, and old Pete wouldn't take two-bits.”
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