Oh, there's about a hundred reasons
I should have run
At the time, I couldn't
seem to think of one
Even her momma called me crazy
for coming around

But headfirst, I dove in
Found myself deep in the shallow end
But man, she was the baddest thing
around this town

I just couldn't see past...

The ponytail stickin' out
of the back of her head,
Jeans tight enough to turn a
preacher man bad
Skin soft, golden brown
tanlines can't be found
somebody hold me back

It was a tattoo butterfly
she don't even try to hide
Can't explain the way she makes me
feel inside
You know, I'd probably give in
if she asked me to take her back
Cause they don't make'em any better
than that

Looking back, It's easy to see
those green eyes were just playin' me
Seems like someone's always gotta lose
in love

She had me blinded, under her spell
draggin' me down into her living hell
You woulda thought I'd call it quits
after gettin' burned enough

But if you wanna know what keep me
hangin' round so long...


The ponytail stickin' out
of the back of her head,
Jeans tight enough to turn a
preacher man bad
Skin soft, golden brown
tanlines can't be found
somebody hold me back

It was a tattoo butterfly
she don't even try to hide
Can't explain the way she makes me
feel inside
You know, I'd probably give in
if she asked me to take her back

But I gave in and played her games
One look from her, any other man would
do the same


The ponytail stickin' out
of the back of her head,
Jeans tight enough to turn a
preacher man bad
Skin soft, golden brown
tanlines can't be found
somebody hold me back

It was a tattoo butterfly
she don't even try to hide
Can't explain the way she makes me
feel inside
You know, I'd probably give in
if she asked me to take her back
Cause they don't make'em any better
than that
They don't make'em any better
than that


Lyrics submitted by skimaster50

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