She said, "It's just a woman thing" And pulled out of the drive I said not to worry I'm and understanding guy I heard that when you love someone
You gotta let them go She hollered, "When I find myself You'll be the first to know" Ooh hoo no news
I've learned to do the laundry Feed the cat and clean the house I promised to be patient While she worked her problems out
When she packed her bags Her destination was unclear But I sensed that her intentions Were honest and sincere Ooh hoo no news
She could telephone, tell a friend Tell a lie about where she's been Send a pigeon, send a fax Write it on a postal pack Send a signal up in smoke Tap it out in Morse code I'd prefer a bad excuse To no news
Her momma's been a little vauge As to her whereabouts Her sister says, "I'm certain Your romance is headed south"
I don't have a single doubt That she's still in love My level of anxiety Is just a product of Ooh hoo no news
She could telephone, tell a friend Tell a lie about where she's been Send a pigeon, send a fax Write it on a postal pack Send a signal up in smoke Tap it out in morse code I'd prefer a bad excuse
She missed her bus, missed her plane Surely, this can be explained Lost her car at the mall Got locked in a bathroom stall
Playing guitar with the band On the road with Pearl Jam Buried with the Grateful Dead Came back as a parrot head
Got derailed, got de-iced Offered as a sacrifice FBI, CIA, if they've seen her They ain't saying No news! Still no news! Oh oh oh
Writer/s: Mark Sanders, Phil Barnhart, Sam Hogin
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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