Divorced by Dave Hollister

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by Dave Hollister

Album: The Book of David - Vol. 1 The Transition

She said to me "this just ain't working out no more".
I said to her, "what you talking bout what you're hollering for?
Can't you talk to me with a little more respect than that?
I think I deserve it, well I deserve as a matter of fact.

She said, oh you think so well let me remind you about old girl that I caught you with?
At the Holiday Inn, oh whats wrong, lets see now did you forget?
Yeah, I thought so well let me tell you something, I moving on.
You can have the car, the kids, the house, the dog, man I'm gonna, I want a...

Divorce, why did it have to come to this divorce?
She said she didn't want this thing no more.
She was hurting, her heart was bleeding, she always crying bout divorce.
God help me, please, help me understand.
Is it something I've done, or is it another man?
Should I let go, Lord I don't know, I thought You couldn't stand divorce.

Wait a minute, lets not act like you're an angel in disguise,
but I'm not gonna point no fingers & I'm not gonna tell no lies.

I know we can work through this, its got to be something down that you liked.
I know its something that you gonna miss, I know I did something right.

Then said man, what right all I saw from you was the wrong.
Every time I called your room when you're on the road,
you weren't alone you got the nerve to be coming home,
smelling like a woman's cologne, boy you tripping, I want a...


Wait, this is not the way it should end.
But if it does, I hope that we could still be friends.
Cause we still we have to raise our two little kids.

Even though we both know what it is,
the vows said for better or for worse, for life,
I just knew that God sent you here to be my wife.
But I guess it was mistaken identity,
you belong to someone else & that wasn't me.

Chorus until END

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