Gypsy Proverbs >>
(About Money & Wealth, Night)
A lonely old crow, see someone you know, Fly to your right, sure to be right, And if you are hawking, money before night.
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Based on Topics: Money & Wealth Proverbs, Night Proverbs
Based on Keywords: hawking, lonely