"Out the Window" as written by and Marv/mayo Green....
Her momma an' her daddy an' her uncle an' her brother
Had her whole life planned.
They had no clue
What she was about to do.
She met that boy in the corduroy pants at the record store,
Moppin' up the floor, lookin' so cute an' bored.
She waited in her bedroom, for the sight of his headlights.
Busted down the screen, and said goodbye, to her old life.

An' her parents dreams went out the window,
With a short blue dress an' a jewelry box.
She left a note sayin' "I'll call you tomorrow.
I love you both," an' she was gone.
She was gone, out the window.

Coffee an' chicken, biscuits, on the interstate.
I guess beauty school, is gonna have to wait.
Stealin' sideway kisses and singin' songs.
Crossin' county lines, drivin' all night long.
He opened up her hand, gave her a bubble gum ring.
He said "I know that this ain't much, but will you please marry me?"

And a big bouquet went out the window,
Like her brown hair, blowin' in the wind,
In the passenger's seat of his blue Camero.
She could see a sweeter life, a new sunrise... out the window.

Five years later, they were happy ever after, makin' babies.
Doin' dishes in the kitchen, watchin' her kids playin'.

An' all her dreams were right there out the window.
Pigtails an' overalls, makin' mud-pies.
An' she's trying to feed 'em to her little brother.
Oh, what a crazy life, this, her beautiful life.
Right out the window.

Yeah, her momma an' her daddy an' her uncle an' her brother
Had her whole life planned.
They had no clue
What she was about to do.


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"Out the Window" as written by Aimee Mayo Marv Green

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