God Takes Care Of Your Kind

  • Don't you know you get back what you give out
    Yeah God takes care of your kind
    Oh God takes care of your kind
    No I won't waste a single finger on you
    Yeah it might not be on my time
    Oh, But God takes care of your kind

    I let you in where I never let anyone
    You cut me open just to watch the blood run
    For a while now I felt forsaken
    I know one thing and I'm not mistaken
    In the end I'll be fine
    'Cause God takes care of your kind

    You're a real big boy but you have a real small
    Mind my manners and hush
    That's a judgment I won't touch
    'Cause God takes care of your kind
    Yeah God takes care of your kind

    I let you in where I never let anyone
    You cut me open just to watch the blood run
    For a while now I felt forsaken
    I know one thing and I'm not mistaken
    In the end I'll be fine
    'Cause God takes care of your kind

    Oh, I would hate to be you
    When the devil comes to get his due
    Stop pretending you have no clue
    'Cause I've stopped being your fool
    Yeah why waste pity on you
    'Cause God takes care of your kind
    Yeah God takes care of your kind
    You won't even be a thought in my mind
    'Cause God takes care of your kind Writer/s: DARRELL R BROWN, LEANN RIMES, WILLIAM ANTHONY GARCIA
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management, MIKE CURB MUSIC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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