'Scuse Me for Livin'

'Scuse Me for Livin' Lyrics Meanings
by Benjamin Adair Murphy

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'Scuse Me for Livin' Lyrics

Well if you make it down to Tennessee
Can you kiss a pretty girl for me
She said she'd meet me by the side of the river
Wearing nothing but what God give her

Well she made me a hat of straw
I wore it all the way through Arkansas
But it fell apart in Carolina
Then it was out of sight and out of mind yeah

Well I've looked good and I've looked hard
I've been a man and I've been a dog
Been all those thirsty things
So 'scuse me for livin'

Well I made fast work getting out of that rut
Cause even your alarm clock hated my guts
And I made it out of there before
I met the business end of a 2x4

But sometimes I miss you baby
Sometimes I miss you on nights like this
Sometimes I miss you wishing
On all the stars of West Texas

Well I've looked good and I've looked hard
I've been a man and I've been a dog
Been all those lucky things
So 'scuse me for livin'

Have you heard about rain clouds baby?
Well they move in from off the coast
I know all about rain clouds baby
And I look like I've just seen a ghost

So if you make it down to Tennessee
Can you kiss that pretty girl for me?
And if you make to the end of the block
Well buddy you'll be standing in my spot

Writer(s): Benjamin Murphy
Copyright(s): Lyrics © DistroKid
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