"Greasy Hands" as written by and Dowd....
My greasy hands devoured her
In her liquid eyes I drowned
I loved her simple body
Til she turned my head around

The neon lights were callin'
There wass a honky tonk ahead
She's wasn't too particular
Who shared our wedding bed

She was like a jar of honey
In a world of desperate flies
She could not be monogamous
She didn't even try

She was like her mom
I was just like my dad
A romance made in heaven
A marriage that went bad

Both of us were guilty
Both of us have sinned
I guess that's just the nature
Of a woman and a man


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