"We've All Got Our Reasons" as written by Billy Montana and Walter Wilkins....
As we speak my sister's packing up the speakers on her stereo
She's out the door on the man she'd love forever a couple years ago
He's a stand up guy so I don't know why she would ever leave him
I guess we've all got our reasons

There's a guy we got loading trailers on the dock
Must be out of his mind
He's got a couple of degrees from some university, he's way over qualified
We all wonder what is is about this work the genius finds so pleasin'
I guess we've all got our reasons

There's history and mystery hidden beneath our skin
It's all a part of who we are and the life we live

If I ever get to heaven and I got one question
Hope the Good Lord ain't offended
Gave me a world of pain between the cradle and the grave
Is that what was intended
I don't have to know why he put the stars in the sky
Or fooled with the changes of seasons
I guess we've all got our reasons


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"We've All Got Our Reasons" as written by Walter Wilkins Billy Montana

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