"You Ain't Leavin' (Thank God Are Ya)" as written by Dean Dillon, Scott Emerick and Toby Keith....
Till death do us part
Was what she told that preacher man
Now she says this ain't worth dying for
She's had all she can stand

She's boxed up momma's china
It's loaded on the truck
She just got started packing
And I'm thinking this could suck

Now there goes my Lazy-Boy
My flat-top guitar
Here comes her big sister
What's she doing in my car

As they drive off to the city
I just wave
From the top of my lungs
I hope she heard me say

You ain't leaving thank God are you
You can't be gone fast enough
What seemed to take a lifetime
Just left in a cloud of dust
This will make my girlfriend happy
She's the one who never thought you would
You ain't leaving thank God are you
Let us pray you're gone for good

She forgot her new laptop
So I know she'll be back
I'll have a hot tub full of hotties
Icing down a twenty four pack

She'll cuss me like a sailor
But I don't care
I'll have a few choice words
When I come up for air

You ain't leaving thank God are you
You can't be gone fast enough
What seemed to take a lifetime
Just left in a cloud of dust
This will make my girlfriend happy
She's the one who never thought you would
You ain't leaving thank God are you
Let us pray you're gone for good

You ain't leaving thank God are you
Let us pray you're gone for good

Adios


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"You Ain't Leavin' (Thank God Are Ya)" as written by Scott Emerick Dean Dillon

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