"Things You Do to Me" as written by and Shelton (hank Iii) Williams....
Well, you never took my heart
When I tried hard to give it to you
And I know you can't be true
'Cause you just wanna be roamin' free, free

Now I'm lookin' straight at you
And see you with another man
So I take a shot of whiskey
And so I don't have no regrets

Well, I've fallen drunk again
I guess she must have got to me
I don't need little, little women
Getting upper hand on me

Now I'm lost an' now I'm broke
An' now I ain't got nothin' to lose
But I still sit here and think about
The things we used to do

Walkin' through the crowded streets
I don't see no one carin' for me
That's all right, I don't need anyone
Except myself, you see

'Cause now I'm stronger an' I'm smarter
An' I'm not like I used to be
But I still sit here an' think about
The things you did to me, to me

Yeah, I still sit here an' think about
The things you did to me

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"Things You Do to Me" as written by Shelton Hank Williams


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    General CommentPretty straightforward meaning to this song.

    Hank has fallen for a girl who he really enjoyed time with. So he went to give her his heart and got turned down. The reason why is because she'd fallen for another person already and is with that guy. So Hank is stuck with this feeling of rejection, drinking to himself to try and forget and move on. But he's finding it difficult to do that because he cares a great deal about her.

    Then Hank goes on to note that he's grown a lot over the years. He's gotten smarter, stronger, and wiser. Yet despite the passage of time he still often thinks about the girl that he used to care about so greatly. She still occupies his mind, and while the pain is mostly gone the memories are things that he'll carry forever.
    BigJ2494on January 27, 2018   Link

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