"Navy Wives" as written by and Matthew Prescott Clark Adam Kent Russell....
Navy wives, what'cha waiting for
There's cracks on the ceiling, the wallpaper's peeling
And a bottle breaks on the kitchen floor
She sweeps it to the side as she's walking out the door

So please, just take it easy
I know you've been drinking but I've been thinking
So please don't you cry
Don't let them make up your mind

It's nothing, if I can recall
But I have been known to be wrong
It's nothing, if I can recall
But I have been known to be wrong

I confess if you were right
But there's no way to show it, you're acting so tight
Don't tell me what you've learned
Cause there's nothing that you can say that I ain't already heard

So please just take it easy
I know you've been drinking, and not clearly thinking
So please don't you cry
Don't let them make up your mind

It's nothing if I can recall
But I have been known to be wrong
It's nothing if I can recall
But I have been known to be wrong

January feels like July, she leaves my scarf long out on the line
Wax paper skins looking dry,
Gets caught on the doors, she slowly walks by
As she reminded me time after time if you look back once the problem is mine
She reached the end of the line

Well you left everything in a mess
When then day is done it's still an empty nest

It's nothing if I can recall
But I have been known to be wrong
It's nothing if I can recall
But I have been known to be wrong

Well you left everything in a mess
When then day is done it's still an empty nest


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"Navy Wives" as written by Alexander Joseph Even Adam Kent Russell

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