"The Corner" as written by Dale Dodson, Dean Dillon and Jessie Dillon....
First time I left home
Here's the words that my dad said to me
He said sit down son, don't take curves
Doin' ninety miles an hour
Or you will end up upside down

If you really like her, don't forget the flowers
The first time and every time you take her out
I've been around the block
And I know what's 'round the corner

Choose your words wisely
'Cause you can't take 'em back
Once they've broken someone's heart
Just because your friend does
Doesn't mean you have to
It's what sets the two of you apart
I've been around the block
And I know what's 'round the corner

Don't pretend to know it all
When you don't know a thing
And know your way around it
Before you throw your hat into the rain
And don't commit to somethin'
If you can't follow through
And your past will always catch up with you
I've been around the block
And I know what's 'round the corner

Always call your mama
When you say you gonna
While she's still here for you to call
And don't forget the man upstairs
In your darkest hour
He's a pick me up every time you fall
I've been around the block
And I know what's 'round the corner

I've been around the block
And I know what's 'round the corner
I'm in your corner
I've been around the block
Enough to know what's 'round the corner
What's around the corner
What's around the corner


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"The Corner" as written by Dean Dillon Dale Dodson

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