Mama Let the Wolf In

Album: Down to Believing (2015)
  • Baby I'm sorry
    I didn't see him coming
    He was just around the corner
    Now he's got us running
    We could hide in a closet
    But I know he's gonna find us
    Because I forget to lock it
    And shout out defeat's behind us

    Mama let the wolf in
    Oh no

    A little bit of bad luck
    Lord knows we're getting wanted
    A little bit of short straw had our names written on it
    He could have gone next door to pillage and plunder
    But he don't ask permission
    Big bad motherfucker

    Mama let the wolf in
    Oh no

    Run baby run baby run baby run away
    You're the one he's got and I'll do anything to take your place
    I shot a silver bullet now there's nothing left to do but pray

    Mama let the wolf in
    Oh no

    Baby I'm sorry
    Baby I'm sorry
    Ooh baby I'm sorry
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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