"Barefoot Champagne" as written by and Todd Daniel Snider....
Now I ain't about to tell you who told me
But somebody seen you around
Marching up and down the street to the beat
Of just about any old drummer in town

Now you go and lie and your little friends are gonna swear to it
But that won't cut no ice with me
I've been looking all over for you half my life
And I know damn well what I see

I see that Barefoot champagne all morning
Big House red wine all night
Girl, you never did learn to do nothing
But lay around and do nothing right

Oh baby, the things you put me through
I don't think anybody ever loved anybody
As much as I love you

You know I loved you since the minute that I seen you
I tipped you every dollar that I had
I took you into my house, tried to straighten you out
I can't believe that you still treat me so bad

You know I bought you something nice for your birthday
Now I think I may take it back
All the way across town to the place where I got it
To get you something cheap as you act

Drinking that Barefoot champagne all morning
Big House red wine all night
Girl, you never did learn to do nothing
But lay around and do nothing right

Oh baby, the things you put me through
I don't think anybody ever loved anybody
As much as I love you

Barefoot champagne all morning
Big House red wine all night
Girl, you never did learn to do nothing
But lay around and do nothing right

Oh baby, the things you put me through
I don't think anybody ever loved anybody
As much as I love you


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"Barefoot Champagne" as written by Todd Daniel Snider

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