Rosemary Has A Problem

Rosemary Has A Problem Lyrics Meanings
by SJ McArdle

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Rosemary Has A Problem Lyrics

Rosemary has a problem
Her bills just won't come out right
And she shares it in her workplace
But her friends' advice doesn't really help
And she wonders about the future
Will it always be like this?
And she muses on solutions
But the ideas don't really help at all

Rosemary, if we were you
We are sure we'd do it better
But it's your place to be
And it's our place to see
What you do

Rosemary has a problem
Now that Bill's just not around
He is William, he is Liam
But she calls him Bill because she likes the sound
And she guesses that he's left her
Like in some old country song
She cries when she sees his things there
And she laughs at herself, but it's been so long

Rosemary, if we were you
We are sure we'd do it better
But it's your place to be
And it's our place to see
What you do

Rosemary's solved her problems
Although it still smarts a bit
But with a little ingenuity
With a little heart, with a little wit
She's surprised at how easily
She can make her rent and rates
She's a thousand other women
She's a thousand blind dates

Rosemary, if we were you
We are sure we'd do it better
But it's your place to be
And it's our place to see
What you do

Writer(s): Stephen McArdle
Copyright(s): Lyrics © DistroKid
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