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Hank Williams Jr. – After All They Used To Belong To Me lyrics

I guess I'll get a cab and go by in my house today

No I can't visit her or my son I'm supposed to stay away

But it won't hurt to bring back old memories

Cause after all they used to all belong to me

Now there's our car the one that I'm still payin' for

And in the front yard Lord I see my little boy

And there's his mother I hope she's doing fine

Oh Lord I'd give anything if they were all still mine

But they're not and I'm the one to blame

I should have known I'd never win when I played that cheating game

This other man holds my life and my son calls him daddy tonight

But how can I complain cause after all they used to all belong to me

How can I complain cause after all they used to all belong to me



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