"She Always Said" as written by and Kim Chadwick/tribble Tribble....
She left town with the guitar man
From the Delta Outlaws hillbilly band
They played the Elks and the Eagles club
The VFW and the Holiday Inn
No matter what big stories he told her
This little town was too small to hold her

She always said she had to get out of here
Had to get outta this place
She always had her heart set on Hollywood
Heaven knows she had the face
There wasn't nothin' that she couldn't do
Once she got the thought in her head
I'm here 'til I'm gone
And that's what she always said

Well she left him with a heart broke grin
On a first class flight outta New Orleans
Her plane disappeared as he was wavin' goodbye
He could only imagine she was wavin' at him
But he's not the first and he won't be the last
She would've told him but he didn't ask

She always said she had to get out of here
Had to get outta this place
She always had her heart set on Hollywood
Heaven knows she had the face
There wasn't nothin' that she couldn't do
Once she got the thought in her head
I'm here 'til I'm gone
And that's what she always said

She ain't the kind to let herself
Be tied down to anything
I know I didn't want to listen
Anytime she started talkin' that way

She always said she had to get out of here
Had to get outta this place
She always had her heart set on Hollywood
Heaven knows she had the face
There wasn't nothin' that she couldn't do
Once she got the thought in her head
I'm here 'til I'm gone
And that's what she always said


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"She Always Said" as written by Kim Chadwick Tribble David Lee Murphy

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., CAROL VINCENT & ASSOC LLC, DO WRITE MUSIC LLC, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC

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