Housewife's Prayer

Album: Hell On Heels (2011)
  • I've been thinking about
    Setting my house on fire
    Can't see a way out of the mess I'm in
    And the bills keep getting higher
    All I need is a match and a gallon of gas
    God I'm getting tired
    Gonna set this house on fire

    I've been thinking about
    Going off the deep end
    My man can't get no overtime
    And the baby ain't been sleeping
    All I need is a washing machine
    These hands have gone fading
    I'm about to go off the deep end

    Ooh, ooh

    Well I've been thinking about
    All these pills I'm taking
    I wash them down with an ice cold beer
    And a love I ain't been making
    Oh, I feel like I'm burning up
    With words I ain't been saying
    And all these pills I'm taking

    Ooh, ooh

    I've been thinking about
    Setting my house on fire Writer/s: MIRANDA LAMBERT, ANGALEENA PRESLEY, ASHLEY MONROE
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, ME GUSTA MUSIC
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