Mary Lou Lyrics

Rednex


publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: David Millington, Stefan Sorin
album: Track 5 in album Sex & Violins
release date: 1995
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length: 3:38

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Mary Lou, Mary Lou
I can't go on living without you
Mary Lou, Mary Lou
I can't go on singing without you

Whooo!

Mary Lou (Mary Lou), Mary Lou (Mary Lou)
I can't go on living without you (without you)
Mary Lou (Mary Lou), Mary Lou (Mary Lou)
I can't go on singing without you (without you)

And you sleep all day and you drink all night
How can you ever have the time to be my lover, man
You play your games, play your games everyday
You never do the things that you say you'll do
You always make excuses, like Mr. Jones
You hide away, hide away everyday

Mary Lou (Mary Lou), Mary Lou (Mary Lou)
I can't go on living without you (without you)
Mary Lou (Mary Lou), Mary Lou (Mary Lou)
I can't go on singing without you (without you)

And you drink your whiskey like it's orange juice
And always swear at the cowboys near Johnson's farm
You fool around, fool around everyday
If you want to be my man, you gotta quit your booze
Shave your butt, take a bath and stay home with me
Close to me, close to me everyday

I climb on the stage and the band begins
to play them old country songs
Everybody scream and shout
while I show my balls

Mary Lou (Mary Lou), Mary Lou (Mary Lou)
I can't go on living without you (without you)
Mary Lou (Mary Lou), Mary Lou (Mary Lou)
I can't go on singing without you (without you)

I work so hard from 9 to 5
Singing out of tune
The rumours say you're desprate
You're banging with the boys

Mary Lou
Mary Lou
Mary Lou
Mary Lou

Mary Lou (Mary Lou), Mary Lou (Mary Lou)
I can't go on living without you (without you)
Mary Lou (Mary Lou), Mary Lou (Mary Lou)
I can't go on singing without you (without you)

Mary Lou
Mary Lou
I'd love to hold you in my arms again

Track Listing

  • 1 Cotton-Eye Joe
  • 2 Hittin' the Hay
  • 3 Riding Alone
  • 4 Wish You Were Here
  • 5 Mary Lou
  • 6 Old Pop in an Oak
  • 7 Nowhere in Idaho
  • 8 The Sad but True Story of Ray Mingus, the Lumberjack of Bulk Rock City, and His Never Slacking Strive to Exploit the So Far Undiscovered Areas of Intention to Bodily Intercourse From the Opposite Species of His Kind, During Intake of All the Mental Condition That Could Be Derived From Fermentation.
  • 9 Fat Sally Lee
  • 10 Shooter
  • 11 McKenzie Brothers
  • 12 Rolling Home
  • 13 Wild and Free