"Two Sides to Every Story" as written by Bill Owens and Dolly Parton....
Two sides to every story we can't stay this out if we'll take time
Two sides to every story you tell yours and I tell mine

Well where were you last night when I came home
When I came in you were out and gone
Well I waited up till up to two then I went downtown to look for you
So how's about tellin' me where you were at
Well me and the boys stopped off for a drink or two
(Now ain't you a pretty thing)
Well we got to drinkin' and I guess that time just flew
Well the time must've flown for you alright
Cause I thought you're gonna stay out all night
And I told myself I ain't a puttin' up to that

There's always two sides to every story...

You said you went downtown to look for me
Did you have to dress up fancy as could be
You know I never leave the house you know jacky clothes lookin' like slut
And I's downtown just to look in my best for you
Now I'm not accusin' you of doin' wrong
But that's awful late for you to be out and gone
Now look who's talkin' bout bein' late and I wasn't about to sit and wait
Why you were at that when with no tellin' who

There's always two sides to every story...
There's always two sides to every story...


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"Two Sides to Every Story" as written by Dolly Parton Bill Owens

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