"The Full Catastrophe" as written by and John Mellencamp....
I've ridden down the sunset
Drank expensive wine
I've been married two dozen times
Raised ten children on a workman's pay
And I'm glad to say I've enjoyed every day
Of the full catastrophe of life

I've sat in courtrooms
Had people call me names
I've been to London town
On a supersonic plane
I was lovin' your wife
While you were lovin' mine
And I'm glad to say I've enjoyed every day
Of the full catastrophe of life

I've opened my belt to trouble everyday
Ain't looking for a fight
But you know I won't run away
From the full catastrophe of life

I've seen the goodness
I've known the baddest around
I was tattooed when it first came out
I shook the hand that showed Moses the way
And I'm glad to say I've enjoyed every day
Of the full catastrophe of life


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"The Full Catastrophe" as written by John Mellencamp

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