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Hi all, Sorry I've been haven't been active on this forum for so long, but I've been dealing with some health issues This is a rather poor attempt at writing a bizarre country song with a twist...it's suppose to be humorous, and hopefully somewhat entertaining I definitely don't have the voice for country, so I've doubled tracked the vocals I know it's on the long side, but does it keep your interest till the end? I've had a hard time mixing/producing this, so if there's anything anyone hears that isn't quite right, please let me know https://soundcloud.com/crystalsuzy/i-thought-id-married-a-saint So friends lend me an ear, cause your about to hear The ballad of Kate and Jim. No he couldn’t stop cheat’n, so she could never win I thought I’d married a saint; my white knight had finally arrived But when he left me with his baby, I began to realize He was just a man in a silver coat, and not much of one at that Cause he could never be faithful; but I always took him back (Ya, she always took him back: just one more time she say; This will be your last chance) While I was in, having his baby; he was out, fooling around With a pretty young lady living high on the town… Secret picnics, on the beach; and then they’d wine and dine I was home with our newborn; so I didn’t read the signs (No she didn’t read the signs) Oh he could be so sweet, and very charming too I believed his lies; I knew, I knew his love was true I was naïve and foolish; my heart was very young Until one day, he exposed himself, with a slip of his lying tongue He had the eyes of an angel…he cheated like the devil The tongue of a serpent… he cheated like the devil And his heart lay buried in his jeans I thought I’d married a saint; my white knight had finally arrived But when he left me with his baby, I began to realize He was just a man in a silver coat, and not much of one at that But that was his last chance; I swore I’d never take him back (She swore she’d never take him back: that was his last and final chance) But then he showed up on my doorstep, with flowers in his hand He said, I’m so sorry babe; I wasn’t much of a man But don’t you worry honey; you’re the only one for me I can change; you just wait and see; We’re gonna be happy; a happy family (This is the last time baby) So he moved us to the big city, to start a brand new life He swore she was gone for good; he’d be faithful to his wife But then it all started again, and I couldn’t ignore the signs But he denied it over and over; I was going, out of my mind She could read the signs this time She found her bra in his pocket Her panties in his jeans And her name, tattooed right on his buttocks She was going, out of her mind, With a baby on her hip, and another on the way Where would she do; where would she stay? What was she going to do? She decided, she’d have to kill her, kill her in cold blood (a crime of passion, said the judge) Now she’s finally free, serving time behind bars While he’s home looking after, the kids; Now ain’t that just a cruel, cruel twist?
This poem should be read in font 'AR CHRISTY', it's creepier and without it, it doesn't really work. It wasn't until I looked at this from another PC that I realised the font doesn't show Maybe I can upload as a jpeg image and how do I do that Snakes & Wizards Thereâ€™ a leon to be learned here, hy not come along dear And open it Itâ€™ full of nice urprie in human diguie open it And no I kno your ecret Donâ€™t you kno our ecretâ€™ afe ith me KaGy