Dime a dozen, dime a dozen
Dime a dozen, dime a dozen

When I first met you I thought you were tops
Nothing but sweet sweet sugar pops
And then you flip-flopped on me from night to day
And I've only got one thing left to say

You know your daddy must have married his first cousin
And guys like you are a dime a dozen

When I met that girl I should have known
That I'd be better off on my own
But I was young and naive, didn't figure it out
That she was only your friend I had no doubt
It was the biggest mistake I ever made
But I made sure you paid paid paid

Dime a dozen, dime a dozen
Dime a dozen, dime a dozen

When I first met you I thought you were tops
(Dime a dozen, dime a dozen)
Nothing but sweet sweet sugar pops
(Dime a dozen, dime a dozen)
And then you flip-flopped on me from night to day
(Dime a dozen, dime a dozen)
And I've only got one thing left to say
(Dime a dozen, dime a dozen)

You know your daddy must have married his first cousin
And guys like you are a dime a dozen


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