Daughter

Album: Big Day in a Small Town (2016)
  • When you broke my heart, I wanted to
    Cut the breakline on your four-wheel drive
    And poison your Pabst Blue Ribbon
    When you drug my name all through the mud
    I was dying to do the same, but I held my tongue
    'Cause that ain't Christian
    And you might be laughing now
    But what goes around comes around

    So I hope you have a daughter and I hope that she's a fox
    Daddy's little girl, just as sweet as she is hot
    She can't help but love them boys
    Who love to love and leave them girls just like her father
    Yeah, karma's a bitch, so I hope you have a daughter

    When them boys pick her up wearing cheap cologne
    Younger versions of yourself so you'll know when they drive off
    What they're thinking
    You had some real good lines and they will too
    I bet you'll have a come-to-Jesus when they're being used
    On your baby
    And you'll want to kick their ass, but hey pot, that kettle's black

    So I hope you have a daughter and I hope that she's a fox
    You get a little grayer every time you hear a knock
    She can't help but love them boys
    Who love to love and leave them girls just like her father
    Yeah, karma's a bitch, so I hope you have a daughter

    Yeah, it kind of makes me sad
    That she'll be the one to get you back

    So I hope you have a daughter and I hope that she's a fox
    Daddy's little girl, just as sweet as she is hot
    She can't help but love them boys
    Who love to love and leave them girls just like her father
    Yeah, karma's a bitch, so I hope you have a daughter
    You son-of-a-bitch, I hope you have a daughter Writer/s: VINCE PIZZINGA, GARY CLARK, DELTA LEA GOODREM
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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