"The Bride" as written by and Liz/burgess Hengber....
The day is finally here
There's flowers everywhere
The guests are waiting with sweet anticipation
As I look down the aisle
The preacher starts to smile
Church bells are ringing and the organ is playing
I'm so overcome that I could cry
I'm so happy, I'm not the bride

She's such a pretty thing
She don't know anything
Ain't gonna tell her that she's out of her mind
The preacher asks the question
No I have no objection
I do, I do, I want him out of my life
Throw the rice and let those white doves fly
Oh happy day, I'm not the bride

Eat some more cake, throw the bouquet
Have some champagne, it's time to celebrate
I'm gonna dance this night away
Oh, whoa, yeah

The groom is getting loud
His new wife starts to shout
Oh this is perfect, It could only get better
They're fighting in the car, off to a real good start
His mama's crying, aren't they lovely together
They're driving away, we're waving goodbye
Close call, free at last, Amen, Hallelujah
By the grace of God oh I
I'm not the bride
No, I'm not the bride
I'm free, I'm free, I'm free, I'm not the bride

Oh Thank God
Bye bye now
Good luck girl, you're going to needed it
Ta ta

Lyrics submitted by Shattered Dreams

"The Bride" as written by Lee Ann Burgess Daryl Burgess

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Spirit Music Group

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