Charles Edmund Carter

Charles Edmund Carter

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Blues - General | Dallas, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,251   
Member Since: 2015
   Last Login: 5/19/2019

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Plays:

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Lyrics

Cajun T:

I'm acting perfectly normal
When she walks into da room
Forget about perfectly normal
After my heart goes boom
Is it any wonder
There's little hope for me
Look out here comes trouble
She makes a fool of me

I'm sittin' at a traffic light
She pulls up in her car
She bats those baby blues at me
And all I see is stars
She said you wanna have a picnic
Underneath that cypress tree
Look out here comes trouble
She makes a fool of me

Here come da trouble
She really gets to me
Here come da trouble
I call her Little Miss T
Got me going round in a circles
Sting me like a honey bee
Here comes trouble
With a capital T

I walk into da grocery
As she's pushin' out her cart
With one hello she's a pushin'
Every button to my heart
I said I have a new recipe
Tell you what I'm a gonna do
I'll start with a cup of trouble
Then I'll add 2 scoops of you

Here come da trouble
She really gets to me
Here come da trouble
I call her Little Miss T
She got me going round in a circles
Sting me like a honey bee
Here comes trouble
With a capital T

(Bridge)

I know I have to have dat girl
I gotta take control
I just can't keep on a wishin'
Until I'm too damn old


Here come da trouble
She really gets to me
Here come da trouble
I call her Little Miss T
She got me going round in a circles
And sting me like a honey bee
Here comes da trouble
With a capital T
Here comes da trouble
With a capital T

Man, I'm in da deep trouble now

Song Length
3:35
Genre
Folk - Cajun


Lyric Credits Charles Edmund Carter & Joe W. Milton
Music Credits Charles Edmund Carter & Joe W. Milton
Performance Credits Charles Edmund Carter