"Rubbin' It In" as written by and Chely Wright....
Last night I went out with some old friends
I couldn't help but to think of you again
Someone was wearing your cologne
What a cruel way to remind me that your gone

A couple danced over by the jukebox
Hand in hand, I thought they'd never stop
They played our song again and again
How could anyone be so insensitive

They're laughing at me I just know it
As if they knew all along I'd blow it
Everywhere I turn
Something reminds me of the way things were
I love you, I lost you, I know what a fool I've been
And it seems like the whole world keeps rubbin it in

Every time I turn on the TV
I comer across one of our favorite movies
A love story that ends in a kiss
How'd the cable company get in on this?

I swear I pass your car when I'm on the highway
Since when did everyone drive red Chevrolets?
It never really is your car
I think some people are taking this a little too far

They're laughing at me I just know it
As if they knew all along I'd blow it
Everywhere I turn
Something reminds me of the way things were
I love you, I lost you, I know what a fool I've been
And it seems like the whole world keeps rubbin it in

They're laughing at me I just know it
As if they knew all along I'd blow it
Everywhere I turn
Something reminds me of the way things were
I love you, I lost you, I know what a fool I've been
And it seems like the whole world keeps rubbin it in

Yeah it seems like the whole world keeps rubbin it in


Lyrics submitted by Madame Me

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