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Kevin Fowler – I'll Try Anything Twice lyrics

Way back when I was in High School,
I had a girl her name was Linda Sue.
One friday at the ball game,
She said I had it I'm breakin' up with you
Come along bout a monday morning.
She said she'd changed her mine.
I'm still that same old school boy,
Take her back each time..... Oh..

Chorus:
'cause I'll try anything twice, ain't no need in bein nice.
Treat me like dog hell that's alright, go ahead and walk on me tonight.
If you want me back agian, I'll come running like the wind.
My ol' heart my pay the price, 'cause I'll try anything twice.... Yes I will.

Way back when I was a young man,
Had a boss who treated me like a dog.
One friday at the days'end,
He said you fired don't come around here no more.
Come along bout a monday morning,
He said boy are you comin' in.
Now it's twenty years later,
And I'm still workin' for that man...... Oh....

Chorus

Bridge:
Some fools they never seem to learn, they keep on comin' back.
Some folks they never seem to see the lines.
One day I'll show the whole world the strong man I am inside.. Till then I'll be the fool who'll never fly.

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