"Three Way Tie" as written by Lisa Miriam Silver, Mary Beth Anderson and Carol Grace Anderson....
There's a woman at home, day after day
Takes the kids to school and there's bills to pay
Sends her husband to work with a kiss on the cheek
They get by, but they hardly speak at all
They've built too many walls

And she knows that things aren't right
But she never lets it show
And she wonders where he goes at night
But she doesn't really want to know

There's a woman alone on the edge of town
Works a fancy job till the sun goes down
She loves a man who'll never be free
But she waits by the phone cause he promised he would call
Why did she ever fall

And she knows that things aren't right
But she never lets it show
And she wonders if he's home tonight
But she doesn't really want to know

It's a three way tie
Nobody wins everybody cries
Is anybody ever satisfied
In a three way tie

There's a man who means to do his best
But when you love two women they each get less
He knows his heart should be at home
But his fire burns for the woman alone so he calls
He'd like to have it all

And he knows that things aren't right
But he never lets it show
And he wonders how to change his life
But he doesn't really want to know

It's a three way tie
Nobody wins everybody cries
Is anybody ever satisfied
In a three way tie

Is anybody ever satisfied
In a three way tie


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"Three Way Tie" as written by Lisa Miriam Silver Carol Grace Anderson

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