God Help My Man

Album: Album Number Two (2010)
  • There must be a real good reason why he ain't home yet
    There must be a real bad wreck slowing him down
    I'm hoping he blew a tire, his old truck flipped and caught on fire
    'Cause God help my man if he's foolin' around

    If he's fooling around with some hussy he knows
    While I'm cooking his dinner and washing his clothes,
    If he thinks he can come home and climb into my bed,
    He's got another thing coming upside of his head

    I hope there was a homeless hooker that he gave a hug to
    I pray that's her lipstick on his shirt this morning I found
    These seven numbers I see in his pocket better win the lottery
    'Cause God help my man, if he's foolin' around

    If he's fooling around with some hussy he knows
    While I'm rocking his babies and washing his clothes,
    If he thinks he can come home and climb into my bed,
    He's got a frying pan coming upside of his head

    I hope he's got a real good lawyer cause he's gonna need one
    'Cause you know my daddy is the judge here in this small town
    By the time I'm through I'm getting my half and I'm taking his too
    'Cause God help my man if he's fooling around
    Yea God help my man if he's a foolin' aroundWriter/s: RORY LEE N FEEK, PAUL LESTER OVERSTREET, JAMIE N TEACHENOR
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
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