"She Treats Her Body Like a Temple" as written by Melvern Rivers Ii Rutherford and Craig Michael Wiseman....
She takes spinning class, she cooks low fat
Always passes on the butter pats
She's regimented, resolute
Looks dang good in her birthday suit
She wishes I would walk the line
But most the time I don't
She treats her body like a temple
And I treat mine like a honky tonk

[Chorus]
I cuss, and smoke, and tell bad jokes
And hang out with the band
The only exercise I get
Is curling 12-ounce cans
Her motto is: "Just do it"
An' mine's: "Do what you want"
She treats her body like a temple
Hey, I treat mine like a honky tonk

She never goes no where till she does her hair
And takes the time to find the perfect thing to wear
Me - I'm out there on the town
In day-old Bermuda's with the zipper down
She smells like a field of flowers
And I smell like a swamp
She treats her body like a temple
And I treat mine like a honky tonk

[Chorus]

Her motto is: "Just do it"
An' mine's: "Do what you want"
She treats her body like a temple
I treat mine like a honky tonk

She treats her body like a temple
I treat mine like a honky tonk

Aw, boys, don't quit on me now, huh


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"She Treats Her Body Like a Temple" as written by Melvern Rivers Ii Rutherford Craig Michael Wiseman

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