"Maybe, Maybe Not" as written by and Mila/collins Mason....
I had a load in the dryer,
I was waitin' at the laundry mat,
Sittin' on top of a washin' machine

I could hear the sound,
Of a quarter tumblin' round,
I've left in my pocket,
Of my dirty blue jeans,

I reached in just to pull it out,
Never thinkin' how it'd burn my hand,
It rolled over by the payphone,
Ain't it funny where it chose to land

Maybe it's a sign, maybe I should call,
See if everything's alright, back in Omaha,
Maybe you were right, maybe I'm to blame,
Maybe if I tried real hard baby I could change,
I could do what you say and just grow up,
It might be worth a shot, but then, again,
Maybe not

I've gathered up my clothes,
I didn't even fold em,
Just stuffed them into a pillow case

I threw em in the back seat,
Jumped in the car,
I headed onout to the interstate

I turned on the radio, how'd they know,
To play your favorite song,
And when it freaked me out to hear it on,
Every station I turned on

Maybe it's a sign, maybe I should call,
See if everythings alright, back in Omaha,
Maybe you were right, maybe I'm to blame,
Maybe if I tried real hard baby I could change,
I could do what you say and just grow up,
It might be worth a shot, but then, again,
Maybe not

Maybe it's a sign, maybe I should call,
See if everythings alright, back in Omaha,
Maybe you were right, maybe I'm to blame,
Maybe if I tried real hard baby I could change,
I could do what you say and just grow up,
It might be worth a shot, but then, again,
Maybe not

Oh baby maybe


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"Maybe, Maybe Not" as written by Mila Mason Jim Collins

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