Smoking Jacket

Album: The Weight of These Wings (2016)
  • I want a man with a smoking jacket and
    A deeper pocket with money to burn
    I want a man who knows his status
    And he makes a habit of loving me till it hurts

    He might be heavy on the pedal
    But he knows how to take it slow
    He might be quite continental
    But he shows going to take me home
    Yes, he is

    I want a man with a smoking jacket and
    A car thats classic living bourgeoisie
    I want a man whose heart is tragic
    But he makes his magic every night on me

    We go together just like nicotine and Chanel
    And when he lights up I'm his lucky strike
    Waiting for him to exhale

    I want a man with a smoking jacket and
    A deeper pocket with money to burn
    I want a man who knows his status
    And he makes a habit of loving me till it hurts

    Velvet and refined, he's defined to hold me
    I don't need a diamond, I like wearing his smoke rings

    I want a man, I want a man
    I want a man
    I want a man with a smoking jacket
    And he lights his matches with kerosene

    I want a man, I want a man
    I want a man with a smoking jacket
    I want a man, I want a man
    I want a man with a smoking jacket Writer/s: MIRANDA LAMBERT, NATALIE HEMBY, LUCIE SILVAS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management, CYPMP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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