Norm Haas/Evans & Haas

Norm Haas/Evans & Haas

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Jazz - Fusion | San Jose, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 225   
Member Since: 2003
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Song Description

The real divorce song!

Lyrics

I met a woman from the wrong side of town
I should have know; she was always puttin' me down
It didn't take me too long before I found out
When she was gone, she wasw always steppin' out

She made me stand in front of that preacher-man
She made go insane
She left me standin' in front of the judge
And he said "Boy why'd you use that gun?"
She made me!

We were together for too many years
She never understood my feelin's or my fears
She seemed so nice at first; so gentle and so kind
Now I just think that she's goin' out of her mind

She made me stand in front of that preacher-man
She made go insane
She left me standin' in front of the judge
And she said "Boy why'd you use that gun?"
She made me!

She made me stand in front of that preacher-man
She made go insane
She left me standin' in front of the judge
And he said "Boy why'd you use that gun?"
She made me!

Went to the courthouse with my lawyer by my side
For five long minutes, I just listened while she cried
Then I stood up and said "Hey! You've been foolin' 'round!"
That's when my hand went up
And then she hit the ground

She made me stand in front of that preacher-man
She made go insane
She left me standin' in front of the judge
And he said "Boy why'd you use that gun?"
She made me!

She made me stand in front of that preacher-man
She made go insane
She left me standin' in front of the judge
And he said "Boy why'd you use that gun?"
She made me!

Song Length
4:00
Genre
Folk - Country


Lyric Credits Norm Haas
Music Credits Norm Haas
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Performance Credits Norm Haas, Scott Smith, Dave Ristrim, Dionna Devincenzi
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