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Shape Up Or Get Out lyrics

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Kitty Wells – Shape Up Or Get Out lyrics

Playboy Charlie where you stayed last night
Came home this morning sun was shining bright
Blood shot eyes and mouth full of lies
I'm fed up with your alibis.

You know and I know you don't treat me right.
I married you for love and all we do is fuss and fight
I'm no dumb dumb I know what it's about
You better shape up or you're gonna get out.

--- Instrumental ---

You stay out from midnight till dawn
It doesn't hurt you 'cause I'm home alone
If you were me you wouldn't do me this way
This is a game daddy too can play.

You know and I know you don't treat me right.
I married you for love and all we do is fuss and fight
I'm no dumb dumb I know what it's about
You better shape up or you're gonna get out.

--- Instrumental ---

You know and I know you don't treat me right.
I married you for love and all we do is fuss and fight
I'm no dumb dumb I know what it's about
You better shape up or you're gonna get out...



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