"Just Leave Me Alone" as written by and Judy Welden....
JUST LEAVE ME ALONE

When we first me you swept me off my feet
Said San Antonio livin' would be a treat
Gave up my car and my old southern home
Thought life with you would beat my bein' alone

You're a long distance trucker always on the road
You dumped me on your mama, hey that's a load
I worked to feed your kids; you paid for your truck
No money for six months; you said "tough luck"

(CHORUS)
Just leave me alone.. I don't need you
Too many years now I've been on my own
You've given me much grief & pain & it's not right
I'll be brief and don't want to start a fight
Leave me alone (spoken)
Just leave me alone

Why do you always call from out of town
And bring up hurts that really cut me down
Then after each uncalled-for bitter fight
I toss and turn and worry half the night

You lied and beat me up when times were rough
You must believe that I've had enough
No need to write sad notes or beg on the phone
Why don't you just give up and leave me alone

CHORUS

I've done most every job 'cept walk the street
I'm on my own again and feel complete
You say you love me; it'll be different this time
I know you'd walk out; leave me without a dime

CHORUS

Lyrics & Music: Judy Welden


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"Just Leave Me Alone" as written by Judy Welden

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