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Well it sure didn't take too long
I woke up this morning she was gone
And the note that she wrote
Didn't say Dear John, just goodbye sucker I'm gone
She was a homegrown mountain girl
Raised in a different world
I was a wanna be rocker
She was more into Merle
Couldn't see it just wouldn't work
And now I'm double fisting long necks, grapefruit and Stoli
Never getting over Joely

Well I poured myself in my car
I drove it on down to the bar
But they wouldn't let me in
Cause I ain't a movie star
So I went to the Horse Shoe on Lamar
The bouncer threw me out there too
And I didn't know what to do
So I picked up the phone
And I called big Sue
But the call block wouldn't let me through
And now I'm wishing for some drugs or a shrink to console me
But I'm never getting over Joely

Well I gathered up all my guns
And a pipe bomb just for fun
And I drove to her house and parked on the lawn
That's right I always was a crazy one.
Well her boyfriend was sure nice to me
Said calm down would you like a drink
And then I shot him full of holes
From his nose to his knees
Then I polished off my little sweet pea
And I'm crying on me knees feeling dirty and unholy
But I'm never getting over Joely
Now I'll probably get life and serve at least forty,
But I'm never getting over Joely



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