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Paul Overstreet – Still Out There Swinging lyrics

Today I met an old friend I asked about an old friend
That I used to know when I knew her
She said that she never sees him anymore
After all the cruel things he did to her
She heard through the grapevine that he didn't care
She started suspecting he didn't play fair.

So she gave him enough rope to hang himself
Now he's still out there swinging
He's all over town he can always be found
Anywhere there's a cowgirl singing.

She said that she hoped he might change but she don't
I think that thought has ever entered into his thinking
She gave him enough rope to hang himself
Now he's still out there swinging.

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She said don't feel sorry for me I got over him
And I've found somebody new
It's someone I love and I trust more than ever
That somebody's loving me too
She said now I'm happy I said I can tell
She said it feels like she was let out of jail.

When she gave him enough rope to hang himself
Now he's still out there swinging
He's all over town he can always be found
Anywhere there's a cowgirl singing.

Yes, she gave him enough rope to hang himself
Now he's still out there swinging...



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