"Trouble Free" as written by Carl E. Jackson and Jerry Dean Jr. Salley....
My first taste of love, I bit off more than I could choose
'Cause I got involved with trouble when I go involved with you
And your leavin' don't surprise me, it was just your parting shot
But you did me a favor believe it or not

And if you think I walk the floor at night, you're flattering yourself
Don't ever think I cry myself to sleep
It's not trouble gettin' over you as far as I can tell
You left me trouble free

Yeah, I still got my share of headaches, I got bills to pay
If it's ain't one thing it's another each and every day
But relatively speaking, I don't worry anymore
'Cause you solved my biggest problem when you walked out the door

And if you think I walk the floor at night, you're flattering yourself
Don't ever think I cry myself to sleep
It's not trouble gettin' over you as far as I can tell
You left me trouble free

And if you think I walk the floor at night you're flattering yourself
Don't ever think I cry myself to sleep
It's not trouble gettin' over you as far as I can tell
You left me trouble free

And if you think I walk the floor at night you're flattering yourself
Don't ever think I cry myself to sleep
It's not trouble gettin' over you as far as I can tell
You left me trouble free, you left me trouble free


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"Trouble Free" as written by Carl Jackson Jerry Salley

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