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I'm Alright lyrics

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I'm alright, I'm alright
I'm a little bit red in the eyes
A little bit hurt in the heart
A little bit weary in the soul
But I'm alright, I'm alright

You mean I'm worth the dime it took
To call me on the phone
Since when are you concerned
About the way things are at home

I'm doing fine without you
Thank you, me and the dog and the cat
I don't care what you're doing
And I careless where you're at

I'm alright, I'm alright
I'm a little bit red in the eyes
A little bit hurt in the heart
A little bit weary in the soul
But I'm alright, I'm alright

The beds are made, my clothes are clean
There's groceries on the shelf
You're not here to take care of me
So I found somebody else

No, I don't go out very much
But I date the girl who does
She comes over here and loves me
Honey, I ain't the fool I was

But I'm alright, I'm alright
I'm a little bit red in the eyes
A little bit hurt in the heart
A little bit weary in the soul
But I'm alright, I'm alright

I'm alright, I'm alright
I'm a little bit red in the eyes
A little bit hurt in the heart
A little bit weary in the soul
But I'm alright, I'm alright



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