"Wives and Girlfriends" as written by Willie Nelson and Buddy Cannon....
Well, I love my wives and I love my girlfriends
May they never meet
May they never know each other when they pass on the street
Well, I might be a Mormon or I might be a heathen or a gambler
I just don't know
But I love my wives and I love my girlfriends
Turn 'em all out and let 'em all go

Wife number nine she sure was fine so was number seven
Oh, number six still makes me sick so does number eleven
Sweet Jolene from New Orleans showed up there with number five
And got caught with my britches down
And I barely make it out alive

Well, I love my wives and I love my girlfriends
May they never meet
May they never know each other when they pass on the street
Well, I might be a Mormon or I might be a heathen or a gambler
I just don't know
But I love my wives and I love my girlfriends
Turn 'em all out and let 'em all go

Wife number one was a whole lotta fun
And number two had her own deal
Wife number three blew out number four
And it was even more unreal
Sweet Ann-Mary from Tucson county had me thinkin' about settlin' down
Betty Lou and her sister Sue came calling when I hit their town

Well, I love my wives and I love my girlfriends
May they never meet
May they never know each other when they pass on the street
Well, I might be a Mormon or I might be a heathen or a gambler
I just don't know
But I love my wives and I love my girlfriends
Turn 'em all out and let 'em all go

Well, I love my wives and I love my girlfriends
May they never meet
May they never know each other when they pass on the street
Well, I might be a Mormon or I might be a heathen or a gambler
I just don't know
But I love my wives and I love my girlfriends
Turn 'em all out and let 'em all go


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"Wives and Girlfriends" as written by Willie Nelson Buddy Cannon

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