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Kathy Mattea – Late In The Day lyrics

(Jim Lauderdale)
People tell you what I need
Is a lesson in defeat
Got you bothered, got you down
Not so sure you want me 'round
Baby, I'm on your side
You don't even have to read my mind
I'm on your side
We'll talk about 'em all back home
Those who'd come to your defense
Would not laugh at your expense
Don't waste time and bear a grudge
Towards the ones who should not judge
Baby, I'm on your side
You don't even have to read my mind
I'm on your side
We'll talk about 'em all back home
It's not easy sufering fools
Grown up children can be cruel
Baby, I'm on your side
You don't even have to read my mind
I'm on your side
We'll talk about 'em all back home
Baby, I'm on your side
You don't even have to read my mind
I'm on your side
We'll talk about 'em all back home
Baby, I'm on your side
We'll talk about 'em all back home



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