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Alan Jackson – If It Ain't One Thing lyrics

(alan jackson/jim mcbride)

I guess it's just not my day
The wind blew my morning paper away
Then I cut my toe oin a sliver of glass
From the stormdoor you broke when you left here so fast

If it ain't one thing it's you
If you've heard that I'm goin crazy
It's true
The wheels seem to fall off whatever I do
If it ain't one thing
It's you

I rented that movie you hate
But that old vcr just chewed up the tape
Then I went to the freezer thought I'd cook me a steak
All I found was that old piece of our wedding cake

If it ain't one thing it's you
If you've heard that I'm goin crazy
It's true
The wheels seem to fall off whatever I do
If it ain't one thing
It's you

But I never knew that I needed you so
But now that I've lost you, I can't let you go

If it ain't one thing it's you
If you've heard that I'm goin crazy
It's true
The wheels seem to fall off whatever I do
If it ain't one thing
It's you

Oh if it ain't one thing
It's you



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