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If you see her down at a local bar
Showin' all the signs of a lonely heart
Don't you be concerned
There ain't nothin' wrong
It's not her fault
She gets that way, when I'm gone
If she's on the floor for a dance or two
Don't mean she's lookin' for a rendevous
She'll only be in his arms
Til the end of the song
There's no harm done
She gets that way, when I'm gone
She gets that way, but I understand
I know in her heart that I'm her only man
And I can't stand to think of her home all alone
So I really don't mind if she paints the town red
What we feel inside doesn't have to be said
It's a matter of trust
And I know our love is strong
That's why I don't worry none
She gets that way, when I'm gone
She gets a little restless, but I don't mind
Cause a woman like her
Surely deserves to have herself a real good time
So I really don't mind if she paints the town red
What we feel inside doesn't have to be said
It's a matter of trust
And I know our love is strong
That's why I don't worry none
She gets that way, when I'm gone
No it's not her fault
She gets that way, when I'm gone
No there's no harm done
She gets that way, when I'm gone



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    countryobsessedNov 18, 2009 at 4:17 pm
    His girl gets lonely when he's gone and goes to the bar, but she's not looking for a one night stand. She's looking for company.

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