"Juanita" as written by Charlie Daniels, William J. Digregorio, John Crain, Charles Fred Hayward and John Louis Gavin....
At a quarter half to four
You came sneaking through the door
Ain't no time for a married woman to get home
In your suede cotton dress
With your lipstick all the mess
You keep tellin' me, you ain't done nothing wrong

Baby, I've got news for you
I've been down that river too
And I think I know the story when I hear one
Yes and lady, just one more thing
Think you better give me back my ring
'Cause when you wake up to see then I'll be gone

Yeah, mama
There goin' be nobody here to keep you home

'Cause you've been cheating again, Juanita
Ain't no need tellin' me another lie
You've been cheating again Juanita
I can see the eagerness in your eyes

You just don't act like an innocent woman
And these crocodile tears are gonna cause you to drown
You've been cheating again, Juanita
I'm gonna do it may way, gonna take the highway down

You can have that fancy car, all I want is my guitar
You can have the bank account and all the rest
And I don't need your alibis, I got bigger fish to fry
Reservations on a jet plane heading west

Yeah, mama, little girl, you might as well
Just save your breath

'Cause you'll be cheating again, Juanita
Ain't no need tellin' me another lie
You'll be cheating again, Juanita
I can see the eagerness in your eyes

You just don't act like an innocent woman
And them crocodile tears are gonna cause you to drown
You've been cheating again, Juanita
Gonna do it my way, gonna take the highway down
You've been cheating again Juanita
Gonna do it my way, gonna take the highway down

Do it now, yeah, you've been cheating again , Juanita


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"Juanita" as written by Charlie Daniels Charles Fred Hayward

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