You Lie (The Band Perry)

It ain't complicated Well, I've grown to hate it I never liked the taste of crow but baby I ate it They tried to warn me They said that you were ornery So don't bring me those big brown eyes and tell me that you're sorry Well you might as well throw gasoline on a fire The way you lie You lie like a priceless Persian rug on a rich man's floor You lie like a coon dog basking in the sunshine on my porch You like like a penny in the parking lot at the grocery store It just comes way too natural to you The way you lie That ain't my perfume I bet she had a curfew You told me you were out with the boys and baby I believed you So why you lookin' so nervous You know you're gonna deserve this I oughta kill you right now and do the whole wide world a service Well my daddy's gonna straighten you out like a piece of wire, like a piece of wire The way you lie You like like the man with the slick black hair who sold me that Ford You like like a palm tree in the back yard after last month's storm You like like a penny in the parking lot at the grocery store It just comes way too natural to you The way you lie Well, I'll tell you what I'm gonna do I'm gonna drive into the big ol' muddy river I'm gonna park my car in the middle of the mile-long bridge And then I'm gonna cry well maybe just a little Then I'm gonna slip off the ring that you put on my finger Give it a big ol' fling and watch it sink Down, down, down There it's gonna lie Until the Lord comes back around Because you lie like a priceless Persian rug on a rich man's floor You lie like a coon dog basking in the sunshine on my porch You like like a penny in the parking lot at the grocery store It just comes so dang natural to you The way you lie The way you lie Well it's what you do, it's who you are