Look at Miss Ohio

Album: Four the Record (2011)
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  • Oh me, oh my, oh
    Would ya look at Miss Ohio
    She's a running around with her rag top down
    She says I wanna do right, but not right now

    I'm gonna drive to Atlanta
    And live out this fantasy
    Running around with your rag top down
    Yeah, I wanna do right, but not right now

    Had your arm around her shoulder
    A regimental soldier
    And mama starts pushing that wedding gown
    Yeah, I wanna do right but not right now

    Oh me, oh my, oh
    Would ya look at Miss Ohio
    She's a running around with her rag top down
    She says I wanna do right, but not right now

    I know all about it
    So you don't have to shout it
    But I'm gonna straighten it out somehow
    Yeah, I wanna do right, but not right now

    Oh me, oh my, oh
    Would ya look at Miss Ohio
    She's a running around with her rag top down
    She says I wanna do right, but not right now

    Yeah, a wanna do right, but not right now Writer/s: David Todd Rawlings, Gillian Howard Welch
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Wixen Music Publishing
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