"The Unfamous Paula Spencer" as written by Anthony J Duggins, Aaron Lee Duggins, Anthony David Broderick, Rebecca Brooke Manthe, Michael Pawula and Patrick Daniel Shaw....
It's like a meditation when I'm drinking tea
With my sisters that I never even knew really
I'm trying really hard not to drink no more
But I want to drive the wagon through the store

My name is Paula Spencer
With the gob you can dispense sir
I don't need a drink or you to walk me home
Cause I'm old now and damnit I don't care

I stepped young into this world and I got married
I didn't know what I was doing no one does really
Thats when I started drinking with my husband see
And getting seven kinds of shit knocked out of me

I'd terrorize my children for their own booze
They didn't even trust their ma to buy them shoes
And when the kids and me are happy now and times are good
I want to hold them but I don't think that I could

My name is Paula Spencer
With the gob you can dispense sir
I don't need a drink or you to walk me home
Cause I'm old now and damnit I don't care

Life is like a box of stale chocolates
You can be sure of all the bleeding shite you'll get
But now I'm working steady and its going fine
And I've yet to touch a single glass of wine

It's like a meditation when I'm drinking tea
With my sisters that I never even knew really
I shower my kids with love all though they won't trust me
But it's as good now as it's ever going to be


Lyrics submitted by manicmarkus

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