"Mrs. Leroy Brown" as written by and Loretta Lynn....
I've been in and out of every honky tonk in town
And I'm almost drunk from the drinks
That I've turned down
Well, you told me you'd be happy
Bouncin' babies on your knee
While I sit at home alone
And I've been bouncing three
Yeah, and I'm tired of it too

I'm gonna call myself a long pink limousine
Yeah, believe it or not it's the prettiest thing
I think I've ever seen
There's a big bar in the corner and a TV on the side
This baby's 60 feet long and 40 feet wide

Hey driver pull this car, buddy, right inside the bar
Take it on back to the big ol' blonde
That thinks she's a movie star
I'm gonna grab her by her ponytail
I'm gonna sling her around and around
When she wakes up she'll know she met up
With mad Mrs. Leroy Brown

Well the smoke's so doggone thick
You could cut it with a knife
And the music's so loud
You can hear the same line twice
Hey Leroy Brown, how do you like my big ol' pink limo
I just drawed all your money out of the bank today
Honey, you don't have no mo'


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"Mrs. Leroy Brown" as written by Loretta Lynn

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    My InterpretationIt's about a jealous wife exacting revenge on a cheating husband. I'm guessing her name is Doris because that was the wife's name in Jim Croce's song.
    seeingon March 10, 2016   Link

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