Honey, I'm Home

Album: Come On Over (1997)
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  • (Hit us, mm, ah ah)

    The car won't start, it's falling apart
    I was late for work and the boss got smart
    My panty line shows, got a run in my hose
    My hair went flat, man, I hate that (hate that)
    Oh

    Just when I thought things couldn't get worse
    I realized I forgot my purse
    With all this stress, I must confess
    This could be worse than PMS

    This job ain't worth the pay
    Can't wait 'til the end of the day
    H-Hey honey, I'm on my way
    Hey (hey), hey (hey), hey, hey

    Honey, I'm home and I had a hard day
    Pour me a cold one and oh, by the way
    Hey, rub my feet, gimme something to eat
    Fix me up my favorite treat
    Honey, I'm back, my head's killing me
    I need to relax and watch TV
    Get off the phone, give the dog a bone
    Hey (hey), hey, honey, I'm home

    I broke a nail opening the mail
    I cursed out loud 'cause it hurt like hell
    This job's a pain, it's so mundane
    It sure don't stimulate my brain

    This job ain't worth the pay
    Can't wait 'til the end of the day
    Hey honey, I'm on my way
    Hey (hey), hey (hey), hey, hey

    Honey, I'm home and I had a hard day
    Pour me a cold one and oh, by the way
    Hey, rub my feet, gimme something to eat
    And fix me up my favorite treat
    Honey, I'm back, my head's killing me
    I need to relax and watch TV
    Get off the phone, give the dog a bone
    Hey (hey), hey, honey, I'm home

    Oh, rub my neck will you, yeah, woo
    Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey

    Honey, I'm home and I had a hard day
    Pour me a cold one and oh, by the way
    Hey, rub my feet, gimme something to eat
    Fix me up my favorite treat
    Honey, I'm back, my head's killing me
    I need to relax and watch TV
    Get off the phone, give the dog a bone
    Hey (hey), hey, honey, I'm home, mm

    I'm home, oh, uh, that feels much better Writer/s: Robert John Lange, Shania Twain
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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