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The lyrics speak for themselves. That's what makes it or breaks it. Written 03/26/1996


Submitted:Jul 31, 2014    Reads: 8    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


There's a couple of cars in her driveway

And everybody's highways to her door

And there's times when she thinks of him

And wonders if she loves him anymore

There's nothing at all left of her here

And everybody's beers on her floor

And there's times when she thinks of life

And wonders if she loves life anymore

And those of us out in the rain

That knows and tells of Judy's pains

Knows that her frown is not a smile

We bow our heads and pray to God

Now some may say it's vain and odd

For staying with Judy just one more mile

Oh she can't sleep in the daytime

And she can't sleep in the night

For those a running through her house

Their really trying to run her life

And now there's lions and tigers and bears

And everybody tears at her more

And there's times when she has a friend

And wonders if she has friends anymore

And those of us out in the rain

That knows and tells of Judy's pains

Knows that her frown is not a smile

We bow our heads and pray to God

Now some may say it's vain and odd

For staying with Judy just one more mile

I bow my head and pray to God

Now I don't think it's vain or odd

For staying with Judy just one more mile





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