"Honky Tonk Angels" as written by Troy Harold Seals and Denny Rice....
As I sit here tonite the jukebox's playin
The song about the wild side of life
As I listen to the words they are saying
It brings memories when I was a trusted wife
It was not God who made Honky Tonk Angels
As you said in the words of you're song
Too many times married men think, they're still single
And that's why many a poor girl do go wrong
It's a shame that all the blame is on us women
It's not true that only you men feel the same
From the start most every heart that's ever broken
Was because there always was a man to blame
It was not God who made HTA
As you said in the words of you're song
Too many times married men think, they're still single
And that's why many a poor girl do go wrong



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"Honky Tonk Angels" as written by Joseph D. Miller

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