Tim West

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Song Description

A song about women that shop all of the time and in most cases don't need a thing that they buy. It seems to me that a woman thinks that if a idem is on sale, no matter weather they have a use for it or not, they think that they have saved money, disreguarding the fact that they had to spend to save.

Story Behind the Song

I wrote this song for my wife because she likes to shop better than to eat when she is hungry. She thinks that a deal should not be passed up at any cost. She tries to make people happy by buying things for them, when in fact she would make them happier if she would just be there for them whem they need them.

Lyrics

It must be a women thing!

1. What makes a women, wanta shop til they drop.
And spend all that money, they aint even got.
Why must they go shoppin, when they don?t need a thing.
Lord it must be, a women thing.

(chorus)
Shoppin and shoppin til they can?t hardly go.
Making you work while their out spending your dough.
Shoppin and shoppin I just don?t understand.
Lord it must be a women thing.
Lord it must be a women thing.

2. Bran new dancing dress, when they can?t even dance.
Matching shoes and pocket book, to match their dancing dress.
They only bought it, cause they got a deal.
Lord it must be a women thing.
(chorus)
(music break)

3. Why do women have, a thousand pair of shoes.
They aint got but two feet, they can?t wear but two.
A matching pocket book, for every pair of shoes.
Lord it must be a women thing.
(chorus)

4. Working three jobs, trying to pay my bills.
Each step that I takes, is another step up hill.
The more that I make, the more that she takes.
Lord it must be, a women thing.
(chorus)

Author: W. Timothy West
written 2005

Song Length
3:22
Genres
Country - Traditional, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Annoyed, Distressed

Subject Matter
Frustration, Disgust

Similar Artists
Tim Mcgraw, The Charlie Daniels Band
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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