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Sammy Kershaw – Politics, Religion And Her lyrics

Hey ole buddy, how you been
Not much has changed here on my end
No I don't think she's comin' back
We better not get into that

Let's talk about baseball
Talk a little small talk
There's gotta be a good joke
That you've heard
Let's talk about nascars
Old Hollywood movie stars
Let's talk about anything
Anything in this world
But politics, religion and her

Politics can start a fight
Religion's hard to know who's right
And one more topic I won't touch
That one's her -- it hurts too much

Let's talk about baseball
Talk a little small talk
There's gotta be a good joke
That you've heard
Let's talk about nascars
Old Hollywood movie stars
Let's talk about anything
Anything in this world
But politics, religion and her

Let's talk about nascars
Old Hollywood movie stars
Let's talk about anything
Anything in this world
But politics, religion and her
But politics, religion and her



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