Tim West

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Song Description

A fellow and his friends went shopping at wal-mart store looking for something that they did not sell anymore. So they went to the local mall headed to the bass pro shop when they saw a beautiful wonam in the parking lot, they looked her over and them scored her as a nine point nine on a scale of one to ten. Then the same thing happened with his wife and her friends except they saw a man that they though was a hunk. They scored him the same way as the men scored the woman.

Story Behind the Song

Just to say that in this world of reality, no matter how fine or good looking a woman or a man is, there is no such thing as a ten.

Lyrics

There ain?t no such thing as a ten!

1. Me and my buddies went shoppin, down at the wal-mart store, we were looking for somethin in the sporting goods, they don?t sell there anymore. So we headed on over to the local mall, started to the Bass Pro shop, what we saw in the parking lot, left us all in shock. She was a tall dark and beautiful woman, with legs clean up to her neck, her body was shaped like an hour glass, a little heavy on the top. Her hair was blond, it was full of curls, just like Goldie Locks. There ought to be a constitutional law, against a women looking like that.
(chorus)
So we gave her a nine point nine, on a scale of one to ten, cause no matter how dang good looking they are, there ain?t no such thing as a ten, no matter how dang good looking they are, there ain?t no such thing as a ten.


2. My wife and her friends went shoppin, at the Belks department store, they were looking for somethin in the lingerie, they don?t sell there anymore, so they headed on over to the local mall, started to the Peebles store, what they saw in the parking lot, left them all in shock. He was a tall dark handsome fellow, with a smile like Cary Grant, his body was shaped like an athlete, from his head down to his feet, his eyes were blue, his hair was brown, Wavy on the top. There ought to be a constitutional law, against a fellow looking like that.
(chorus)
So they gave him a nine point nine, on a scale of one to ten, cause no matter how dang good looking they are, there ain?t no such thing as a ten. No matter how dang good looking they are, There ain?t no such thing as a ten. In the women or the men.


Author: W. Timothy West
Written: 11/11/2004

Song Length
2:33
Genres
Country - Traditional, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
In High Spirits, Pleasant

Subject Matter
Philosophy, General

Similar Artists
Hank Williams, Clint Black
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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