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Roy Drusky – You'd Better Sit Down Kids lyrics

You'd better sit down kids I'll tell you why
You might not understand kids just give it a try
Now how should I put this I've got something to say
You're mother is staying but I'm going away
No we're not mad kids it's hard to say why
Your mother and I kids don't see eye to eye
Be sure you say your prayers before you go to bed
Make sure you get yourself to school on time
I know you'll do the things your mother ask
She's gonna need you boys to stay in line
Keep in mind your mother's gonna need your help
A whole lot more than she ever did before
No more fights over little things cause I won't be there to stop them anymore
[ ac. Guitar ]
I know you don't want this well neither do we
But sometimes things happen that we can't forsee
So try to become kids and don't look so sad
Just cause I'm leaving I'll still be your dad
Just remember I love you and though I'm not here
Just call if you need me and I'll always be near
Well I have to go now so kiss me goodbye my eyes are just red kids I'm too big to cry



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