Little Rock

Album: Whoever's in New England (1986)
  • Well I'm married to the good life
    I said I'd be a good wife
    When I put on this ring
    I drive a new Mercedes
    I play tennis with the ladies
    I buy all the finer things
    But all that don't mean nothing
    When you can't get a good night's loving

    Oh little rock
    Think I'm gonna have to slip you off
    Take a chance tonight and untie the knot
    There's more to life than what I've got
    Oh little rock
    You know this heart of mine just can't be bought
    I'm gonna find someone who really cares a lot
    When I slip off this little rock

    Well I wonder if he'll miss me
    He doesn't even kiss me
    When he comes home at night
    He never calls me honey
    But he sure loves his money
    And I'm the one who pays the price
    But when he finds this ring he'll see
    He keeps everything but me

    Oh little rock
    Think I'm gonna have to slip you off
    Take a chance tonight and untie the knot
    There's more to life than what I've got
    Oh little rock
    You know this heart of mine just can't be bought
    I'm gonna find someone who really cares a lot
    When I slip off this little rock

    Oh little rock
    Think I'm gonna have to slip you off
    Take a chance tonight and untie the knot
    There's more to life than what I've got
    Oh little rock
    You know this heart of mine just can't be bought
    I'm gonna find someone who really cares a lot
    When I slip off this little rock Writer/s: BOB DIPIERO, GERALD HOUSE, GERRY HOUSE, LEE JACOBS, PATRICK J MC MANUS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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