"How Dare" as written by and Toby Leaman Scott Mcmicken....
Ho-ooh
Ho-ooh

Well, in that fallow field, it's where I been, it's where I'll be
Out there, how bare out there
I've been thinking 'bout my true love and just what she done to me
How fair, how fair, how fair

How dare, how dare
How dare, how dare
How dare she call my name
How dare she call my name

Well I don't believe in god and I don't believe I can
How strange, how strange, how strange
I was raised here in the country and the land made me a man
Now shes erased it, had me learn it all again

How dare, how dare
How dare, how dare
How dare she call my name
How dare she call my name

For her mother I'd pull water
Dig field, work for her father
I'd shine my boots and then I'd cut my hair

Dug that's when I choke
Said I'm moving for the west but you stay here

Ho-ooh

Ho-ooh

Ho-ooh

Ho-ooh

Mathard says my baby misses me
How dare, how dare, how dare
She says the west it was unkind,
She need the farm and hates the sea
How dare, how dare, how dare

How dare, how dare
How dare, how dare
How dare she call my name
How dare she call my name


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"How Dare" as written by Toby Leaman Scott Mcmicken

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