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I’m standin’ with somethin’ in my hand
That don’t look too flower like
She slammed the pretty part in the door jam
Left me and the stems outside

On my way back from fishin’
I thought if brought a dozen roses home
She’d smile when I told her
There was one for each day that I’d been gone

I tried to think like a woman
Find out where that pretty head was at
I tried to think like a woman
But I don’t guess a woman thinks like that

I’m underneath the window with my guitar
In the back yard soakin’ wet
She poured what I’m afraid might of been
Toilet water on my head

And I thought when she heard this song
I wrote her on my way back into town
It would cool her off
But it appears it worked the other way around

I tried to think like a woman
Find out where her pretty head was at
I tried to think like a woman
But I don’t guess a woman thinks like that

I’m just gettin’ comfortable in the dog house
When she pulls the curtains and I see her peakin’ out
Well I lay here lookin’ sad a while
Suffer some and then she smiles, it’s all slowly dawnin’ on me now

I tried to think like a woman
Where she wanted me was right where I was at
I tried to think like a woman
If I was sweet thought she’d cut me some slack
Oh, but I don’t think a woman thinks like that

I know she don’t



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