Nightmare Of A Woman - Deke Dickerson & The Ecco-fonics

Nightmare Of A Woman

Deke Dickerson & The Ecco-fonics

(Deke Dickerson, HIGHTONE, 1999)

Mean and evil, dirty, rotten
Bad times I have not forgotten
Girl you left a bad taste in my mouth

You took my house and you took my car
You got it all, but my guitar
If you go north, believe me I'll go south

Well, I asked the Lord
Why did he make her
Well, I asked the devil to kindly take her

How I ever got involved
I will never know
But this nightmare of a woman's got to go
(Rock!)

She took my wallet, took my clothes
But all she took, man who knows
She even took my safe deposit keys

She took the mailbox and the pole
She took my puppy's supper bowl
The only thing I got was a disease

Well, I asked the Lord
Why did he make her
Well, I asked the devil to kindly take her

How I ever got involved
I will never know
But this nightmare of a woman's got to go

Well, I asked the Lord
Why did he make her
Well, I asked the devil to kindly take her

How I ever got involved
I will never know
But this nightmare of a woman's got to go
But this nightmare of a woman's got to go
But this nightmare of a woman's got to go

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