Good Lord Lorrie (Turnpike Troubadours)

Lorrie lit a cigarette and smiled and waved the smoke out of her face With her black hair brown from the summer sun, green eyes looked around the place Then she told me that she loved me and I grinned and grabbed her hand and said I know Lets get from here now darlin' if we're goin' lets go on and go Well Lorrie said her family used to have a little money and they still act like they do But your daddy don't think I'm fit to sit in the same room with you And if I ever set foot in Sevier County well your brother said he'd break my jaw Here I stand with a dark haired daughter of southwest Arkansas And I've been learnin' that believin' and that barely breakin' even It's just a part of life for you and me And I've been livin' with the loneliness, it's got down in my bones I guess It's just another phase of being free And I've been learnin' how to lose a thing I never laid a hand on all along Well good lord Lorrie, I love you, could it go more wrong Well good lord Lorrie, I love you, could it go more wrong La, da, da, da, da, da ,da ,da ,da ,da ,da Well De Queens dry so I bought us both a bottle in downtown Broken Bow Lorries got a buddy with a double wide trailer they were shaking dominoes And I had good intentions 'til I had too many, I was stupid I suppose You better put a little money where your mouth is boy and try to keep it closed Well Lorrie said I wonder what we ever went through all this trouble for You ain't half of who I thought you was and this ain't fun no more And her words cut clean through drunk and dark and dimmin' doorway light Well I've had all I can handle, hope you're happy now, goodnight Guess her folks were right, guess her folks were right Mhmmm Well goodnight Lorrie, I love you, could it go more wrong Well goodnight Lorrie, I love you, could it go more wrong La, da, da, da, da, da ,da ,da ,da ,da ,da