"Shopping for Dresses" as written by and Haggard/dickens....
Down through the ages men have died for women
And done so for many times
Each time I loved one, I've always lost one
Seems the right one is so hard to find

[Chorus:]
Shopping for dresses with no one to wear them
One in each color, one in each style
I'll find a lady someday to wear them
My shopping will be done for awhile

I'll bet somewhere's a lady shopping for britches
Comparing the value, appraising each pair
Maybe someday the Lord will bring us together
And we ll both have a new wardrobe to wear

Shopping for dresses with no one to wear them
One in each color and one in each style
Maybe someday if I'm lucky
I'll find someone to wear them
And my shopping will be done for awhile
My shopping will be done for awhile

I'm looking for a lady who'll look good in dresses
She must be red-headed, green eyes and be fair
I'll make exceptions to all my requirements
As long as she s willing to care

[Chorus:]

I just saw a beauty with blue eyes, what a cutie
Bond hair like a halo around her did flow
But the brunette beside her would be just as lovely
In the dresses I bought long ago

[Chorus:]

Now as I sit here dreaming, planning and scheming
Why should I make standards when everyone knows
As your need ranges, women make changes
And you must accept them or just let them go

[Chorus:]


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