Behind Every Good Woman

Album: Down Here (2000)
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  • Many muscles has the man
    Each one has a reason
    Many women felt his hand
    Each one trying to please him
    Imagine one day the tables could turn
    Imagine one day the tables would turn
    Behind every good woman lies a trail of men
    Shame shame for the rooster. Hi five for the hen
    Don't ask where she's going don't ask where she's been
    Behind every good woman lies
    A trail of men.
    Something tells me that Snow White
    Is smarter than we think.
    Seven men at perfect height
    Seven noses pink
    Could happen One day the tables could turn
    Imagine one day the tables would turn
    Behind every good woman lies a trail of men.
    Shame shame for the rooster. Hi five for the hen.
    Don't ask where she's going don't ask where she's been
    Behind every good woman lies a trail of men. [Repeat: x1]
    Shame shame for the rooster nudge nudge for the hen
    Don't know where where it started or when it will end
    Behind every good woman lies
    A trail of men. a trail of men
    You wouldn't believe the mess she's in Writer/s: TRACY K. BONHAM
    Publisher: A SIDE MUSIC LLC D/B/A MODERN WORKS MUSIC PUBLISHING, Universal Music Publishing Group
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