"Hollywood Squares" as written by Wayland Patton, Larry E. Cordle and Jeff Tanguay....
I've always said "I do" too easy,
And now I'm payin' the price.
A weakness for beautiful women
Is my most expensive vice.
I still believe in matrimony,
But I can't afford another try.
Child support and alimony
Is just about to bleed me dry.

I've got ex's all across the country
And I owe everybody in town.
I've got bill collectors callin' me up
And lawyers tryin' to track me down.
I'm just one wrong move from the poor house,
But I don't belong in there.
I've got so many ex's and owe so much,
I ought to be on Hollywood Squares,
Yeah I ought to be on Hollywood Squares.

Lookin' back over my love life,
I only have myself to blame.
I guess I should've checked the price tag
Before I gave 'em my last name.
Now my credit ratin's in the gutter,
And the bottom line sure looks bad.
I'll be payin' the rest of my life
For the few good times I've had.

I've got ex's all across the country
And I owe everybody in town.
I've got bill collectors callin' me up
And lawyers tryin' to track me down.
I'm just one wrong move from the poor house,
But I don't belong in there.
I've got so many ex's and owe so much,
I ought to be on Hollywood Squares,
Yeah they ought to put me on Hollywood Squares.


Lyrics submitted by beau99

"Hollywood Squares" as written by Larry E. Cordle Jeff Tanguay

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