She played piano and I sang along
I could not believe all those old songs she knew
She kissed me in her kitchen as she unplugged the phone
She was sweet, warm, and tender, her parent's weren't home

Bad news came in the morning, we went out for a drive
There's a tornado warning, she held on to me tight
As rolled into town there wasn't a single soul lurkin'
So we hit the highway, my head started hurtin'

She don't want it to be
She don't want it to be
She don't want it to be, nay
She don't want it to be

As the wind began swirling and doing its thing
I noticed my gal was twirling an engagement ring
She said, "Didn't you know I've been married twice before?"
But I had no idea and pushed the pedal to the floor

Her brother's ex-lover lived on Diablo Hell
And invited us over for some coffee and pills
Things soon got reckless then out came the sun
I decided to follow it looking for somewhere, for someone

She don't want it to be
She don't want it to be
She don't want it to be, nay
She don't want it to be

(La, la, la, la la, etc)

She don't want it to be
She don't want it to be
She don't want it to be, nay
She don't want it to be


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