"Now You're Gorgeous, Now You're Gone" as written by Joe Firstman, Rick Parker, Christopher Thomas Carangi and William G. Jr. Fogle....
Lost your way
Found another man's bed instead
Yes you did
And his shoulder was free
But he can't sing as good as me
And my mama still asks about you

Instead all my speeches
Sound better as lines

It all went to hell when you got your pictures
Because you finally believed me
When I said that you were so pretty
It all went to hell when you got your nerve
Because you realized that I don't deserve you
And that's for damn sure

Instead my love letters
Read better as lines

Now you're gorgeous
Now you're gone
Love you better
Now that you're sleeping around
Now you're gorgeous
Now you're gone
Now you're gorgeous
And I'm drinking alone

I gladly would grieve you
But I can't perceive you
By and by I will
I gladly would save you
But I can't behave
I'm working on it

Instead all my love letters
Read better as lines

Now you're gorgeous
Now you're gone
Love you better
Since you're sleeping around
Now you're gorgeous
Now you're gone
Now you're gorgeous
And dancing alone

Now you're gorgeous
Now you're gone
Love you better
Since you're sleeping around
Now you're priceless
And I'm so very poor
You were gorgeous
And I'm drinking alone


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"Now You're Gorgeous, Now You're Gone" as written by Joe Firstman Christopher Thomas Carangi

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    General CommentThis song is about his exgirlfriend who cheated on him, but he still cares about her.

    I love "Now you're priceless, and I am so very poor." Brilliant!
    1000yellowdaisieson September 21, 2004   Link

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