"The Main Street Moan" as written by and Jonathan Blair Vezner David B. Mallet....
Hey, Honey doncha cry no more
Because I think I see your good man
Headed straight for your back door

Hey, Honey doncha cry no more
Because I think I see your good man
Headed straight for your back door

I've got more time than I can use
Just for sittin on you back porch
Singin these ol' lonesome blues

Ahhh come let me in
I got a pocket full of money
Just to show you where I've been

Hey, Honey doncha cry no more
Because I think I see your good man
Headed straight for your back door

Pull up your window
And pull down your window shade
Put some coffee on the burner
Honey is your bed fresh made

No no no no
Don't tell me no stories now
Oh just tell me did you miss me
Honey then just show me how

Hey, Honey doncha cry no more
I think I see your good man
Headed straight for your back door


Pull down your window
Pull down your window shade
Ohhh
Honey is your bed fresh made

No no no no
Don't tell me no stories now
Just tell me did you miss me
Honey then just show me how

Hey, Honey doncha cry no more
I think I see your good man
Headed straight for your back door

Hey, Honey doncha cry no more
Because I think I see your good man
Headed straight for your back door


Lyrics submitted by SteelyMan

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