"Domestic Blues" as written by and Martin Christopher Kennedy....
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You know how to hurt me baby
Oh yes you do
You know how to hurt baby
Oh yes you do
I've got to get out of this house
Before I hurt you
I got my guitar in my hand
And I'm walking out that door
I got my guitar in my hand
And I'm walking out that door
Well I don't know where I'm going
I just know I have to go

I don't need no company

I want to be alone
I don't need no company
I want to be on my own
You know I feel just like a child
Who doesn't have a home
You how to hurt me baby
Oh yes you do
You know how to hurt me
On yes you do
I've got to get out of this house
Before I hurt you
Slide solo

You how to hurt me baby
Oh yes you do
You know how to hurt
On yes you do


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"Domestic Blues" as written by Martin Christopher Kennedy

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