"Isabel" as written by and Alcon Juan/arango Bustos Giralt....
Well, I'll tell a tale of Isabel
And that boy that she loved so
And that cheatin' man that they let go

He would come home when the sun would rise
If he'd ever came at all
And he'd tell a story, talk talk talk

Well, She gonna wait all night
'Cause she's a faithful wife
And that man is doing wrong, wrong, wrong

I can see that you've been cryin' by the dampness of your face
For a moment let me plead my case

I was booked for drunk in public and six or seven counts
of loitering and my misdoubts

Well I plead and I plead
Every word that I said
Made that ol' judge just gave me home

I sat next to a crazy man
Tellin' Tales of Vietnam
And he'd wouldn't leave my ass alone

Well I tried and I tried
And I cried and I cried
But that ol' dog won't let me go

And I stood there thinking in my cell
About my boy and Isabel
And how I'm gonna change my life

Well I got a call from Ms. Long
She told me that you'd done me wrong
This boy and me are long, long gone
She saw you with that girl again
The one you said was just a friend
This friend of yours is half your age

Well I'm gonna wait all night
Cause I'm a faithful wife
And this boy and me are long long gone

She sat there with the coldest stare
The truth if forming in her hair
And her foot went through that hardwood floor

Well I know when you lied I could see it in your eyes

You looked surprised and I knew where you'd gone

la de la, la la la...

ooooh, oooh, na, na...


Lyrics submitted by ashleyinchains

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