"What's Wrong with That" as written by Richie Mcdonald, Don Pfrimmer and Frank Myers....
When we punch out at four o'clock
Some of the boys down at the shop
Like to stop at Mojo's and have a beer or two
They laugh and make jokes at my expense
'Cause I go home instead of joinin' in
But I got other things I like to do
I'm not saying I'm better than them
But where they're going I've already been

[Chorus]
I got a good woman at home waitin' for me
Three little angels cute as can be
Couple of dogs and one little calico cat
When the thunder rolls like thunder can
Got a king-size bed we can all fit in
And a key to happiness is under my doormat
What's wrong with that

I used to dream of being rich
While shoveling mud in a rain-soaked ditch
My boots had busted laces and worn out soles
I used to hang out with the party crowd
I drank more beer than the law allowed
But that feels like a whole other life ago
Sometimes we still live hand to mouth
But I got more blessings than I can count

[Chorus]

It took some time and a lot of pain
To finally figure out
I can live without anything
Accept what's in that house


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"What's Wrong with That" as written by Richie Mcdonald Frank Joseph Myers

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