"Guilty in Here" as written by Miranda Lambert and Travis Howard....
God knows I tried everything I could
To stay inside tonight
But that boy's like a sore in your mouth
That you just have to fight
Your number one is shakin' hands
With numbers two and three
Is it guilty in here, or is it just me?

I made a point of not mixin'
Love and pleasure in my life
'Cause daytime boys and nighttime boys
Usually don't see eye to eye
But I've been on a goal of late
And they're all on their knees
Is it guilty in here, or is just me?

What became of all the boys
Who only want one thing?
Will someone tell me what I'm doin' wrong

'Cause the good ones all got wedding rings
And the young ones are just too dumb
And I don't think I have any more
Room underneath my thumb
Maybe after all the ends do justify the means
Is it guilty in here, or is it just me?

What became of all the boys
Who only want one thing?
Will someone tell me what I'm doin' wrong

'Cause the good ones all got wedding rings
And the young ones are just too dumb
And I don't think I have any more
Room underneath my thumb
Maybe after all the ends do justify the means
Is it guilty in here, or is it just me?
Is it guilty in here - maybe it's just me


Lyrics submitted by bleueyez

"Guilty in Here" as written by Travis Howard Miranda Lambert

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    General Comment"God knows I tried everything I could
    To stay inside tonight
    But that boy's like a sore in your mouth
    That you just have to bite"

    Got to love that part. The analogy is so dead on. You can't just leave the sore alone to heal, you have to bite it.

    "'Cause the good ones all got wedding rings
    And the young ones are just too dumb"

    Totally agree with that part. All of the good guys are married and ones left for you are immature and just downright stupid.


    "Maybe after all the ends do justify the means
    Is it guilty in here or is it just me"

    Sounds like she possibly could have slept with one of the married men.
    In the beginning she says,
    "His number one is shakin' hands
    With numbers two and three" ...
    Are they at a party of some sorts, where the wife is there (his number one) and she's greeting her husbands number 2 and 3? - Of course she doesn't know that her husband has slept with them. But the girl is feeling guilty.

    Hard to explain but it all sounded good in my head!! lol
    texasbaby4735on September 30, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI can really relate to this right now..in the way I am interpreting this. Perhaps she just got outta a (bad)relationship and she's not ready for a serious relationship and all she wants to do is have 'fun' with guys and not commit but she just keeps meeting guys who are unavailable (married) or who are just not worth her time even for 'fun'. (Also I'm sure she is finding guys who want to commit but she's not lookin for that).

    I don't think she hooked up with a married man, Taxasbaby4735..the numbers two and three are just other guys she's 'talkin' to and she feels guilty because she almost feels like she's leading them all on (and maybe she's around them all at once).
    mayjulyreignon November 02, 2010   Link

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