"Good Patient Woman" as written by Daniel Gordon Stuart and Chuck Prophet....
It's three in the morning I can't get to sleep
I know I'm in trouble, I'm in trouble deep oh no, oh no
The bankers have taken the chevy away
It's the only thing left around here anyway except you, except you
I can't understand all of the things that I put you through


I hear a noise but it ain't your car
You don't complain 'bout the job at the bar anymore, anymore
You gave a vow to stay by my side
You were 14 when I made you my bride forever, amen
Don't you know babe I would do it all over again


Good patient woman, you won't have to wait for me anymore

Looking at pictures of you on the wall
Cutting the cake we were having a ball, that Sunday, way back when
We never had children as hard as we tried
Lately at night I hear you crying softly, alone in the dark
Dreaming of laughing and playing with kids in the park

Good patient woman, you won't have to wait for me anymore

The sun is arisin', I'm cleaning my gun,
This nightmare ain't over I hope you had fun oh darling, my sweet little woman
Nothing's forever but I got my doubts
I'm going upstairs, I'm gonna find out what's waiting, for me now
Baby don't miss me I was no good for you anyhow
Baby don't miss me I was no good for you anyhow




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"Good Patient Woman" as written by Daniel Gordon Stuart Chuck Prophet

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