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Buck Owens – Bad Luck And Bad Weather lyrics

Well, I had me a date with a woman
On the other side of this town
But there came a rainstorm and it rained so hard
And it washed the bridge right down.

Bad luck and bad weather
Seems to follow me
Bad luck and bad weather
Is all I ever see.

Then I got me a job in the city
Gonna make me a lot of pay
But there came a snowstorm the night before
And don't you know I got fired on my very first day.

Bad luck and bad weather
Seems to follow me
Bad luck and bad weather
Is all I ever see.

I was buildin' me a house in Nashville
I finished it on Saturday
Come Sunday morning a big tornado
Just blew my new house away.

Bad luck and bad weather
Seem to follow me
Bad luck and bad weather
Is all I ever see.

Then I went down away to the desert
I dug a well more a hundred foot deep
Built up the windmill but the wind wouldn't blow enough
The water washed my dirty feet.

Bad luck and bad weather
Seem to follow me
Bad luck and bad weather
Is all I ever see.

Bad luck and bad weather
Seem to follow me
Bad luck and bad weather
Is all I ever see...



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