Vicki Lee

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Country - General | Saco, Maine, United States
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Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

Everything is going wrong you are Having a bad day and then your loved one happens to ask how your day was, and you say don't get me started.....

Story Behind the Song

This song was written by my mom (Laura) We all have those bad days where everything goes wrong well this was one of them and she wrote about it...

Lyrics

Don?t Get Me Started

It was one of those days I got up on the wrong side of bed. The phone was ringin? off the hook, my house was a mess, it was a struggle just to get the kids fed.

My mother-in-law pops in just to introduce me to Mary Kay. I was totally frazzled, when my man came home, and said hi honey, how was your day.
(and I said)

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Don?t get me started, we don?t have the time for me to tell you all that?s on my mind.

Old bottled feelings stirred up inside. So don?t get me started, cause this could take awhile.


He didn?t say a word, just glared and started pacin? the floor. Then all of sudden he starts yellin? at me, sayin? baby I can?t take anymore.

I guess I went too far, he stormed out for a beer to get away. Same old song and dance, I had to eat a little crow, and said sorry hon how was your day.
(and he said)


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Tag Line: Sometimes you gotta read, the writing on the wall, sometimes your better off, not to ask at all.
(or you might hear)

Song Length
3:21
Genres
Country - Rockabilly, Country - Honky Tonk
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Stressed, Annoyed

Subject Matter
Life, Frustration


Lyric Credits Laura Smith
Music Credits Laura Smith
Producer Credits John Stuart and Roy Clark
Publisher Credits Lydialee Publishing
Performance Credits Vicki Lee
Label Credits Lydialee