"I Get That All The Time" as written by John Bettis, Matthew Thomas Lopez and Jason Deere....
He stopped me on the street
He was wearin' a backwards baseball hat
I never seen the devil smile
But I bet it looks a lot like that
From his coat of worn-out rags
He flashed me a plastic bag
And said, "Hey, this'll get you high tonight"
And I said, "No, thanks
I get that all the time

When I walk into my kitchen
Kids are screamin', dinner's burnin'
And I'm reminded we've got PTA tonight
When I'm kneeling down and feeling
All those little arms around me
My wife has got the bedroom in her eyes
Yeah, buddy, when you get that kind of love
It's the world's best kind of drug
And man, I get that all the time

A stranger in a cotton dress
So thin the sunlight came right through
I've been a man for long enough
To know that come on look she used
She sat down next to me
Brushed her hand across my knee
And said, "I'll give you the best night of your life"
And I said, "No, thanks
You see, I get that all the time

When I walk into my kitchen
Kids are screamin', dinner's burnin'
And I'm reminded we've got PTA tonight
When I'm kneeling down and feeling
All those little arms around me
My wife has got the bedroom in her eyes
Yeah, buddy, when you get that kind of love
It's the world's best kind of drug
Yeah, I get that all the time

When I'm kneeling down and feeling
All those little arms around me
My wife has got the bedroom in her eyes
Yeah, buddy, when you get that kind of love
It's the only kind of drug
That gives peace of mind
In this crazy life of mine
And I get that all the time
Yeah, I get that all the time


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