Blame it on, blame it on the ocean
Well you should have known
What that can do to you
You should float in the swimming pool

Blame it on, blame it on red wine
She was drunkest on the stairs
She had marigolds in her hair
But shoeless Joe, well he walked her home
Before her father knew

Who dropped the ball?
And who swung too soon?
Well the lightweight says yeah I wrote the checks
Take me away well I know what happens next

Blame it on, blame it on emotion
He should have known what that can do to you
He should float in the swimming pool

Blame it on, blame it on red wine
She was drunkest on the stairs
She had marigolds in her hair
But shoeless Joe, well he walked her home
Before her father knew


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