"What You Gonna Do About Me" as written by Charlie Daniels, William J. Digregorio, Charles Fred Hayward, John Louis Gavin and Bruce Ray Brown....
You told me that your honky tonking days were through
But you came in this morning at a quarter till two
Oh baby what you gonna do about me
You said that fling with Johnny was a one night stand
How come I seen him sitting with you holding your hand
Oh baby what you gonna do about me

What you gonna do about me
How come you treat me like an old hound dog
I feel as helpless as a knot on a log
And you ain't got no sympathy for me
I ain't telling no lie
You sure know how to make a grown man cry
Oh oh baby what you gonna do about me

I let you use my car you said it's just for a day
But you stayed gone a month and turned up out in LA
Oh baby what you gonna do about me
I said I've had enough I'm gonna take back my ring
Then I found out that you'd done gone and pawned the thing
Oh baby what you gonna do about me

What you gonna do about me
That's something that you'd better think about
One of these days you're gonna wear me out
And you'll be sorry wait and see wait and see
There's gonna come a time
You'll realize a good man's hard to find
Oh oh baby what you gonna do about me
[ guitar ]
Oh oh baby what you gonna do about me





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"What You Gonna Do About Me" as written by Charles Fred Hayward Bruce Ray Brown

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