Diamond Mine Lyrics - Hank Williams, Jr.

Release information
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Rock Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country Rock
length: 3:23
Every guy I know says women are too d___ particular.
Women talk and they expect the man to be a listener.
They wanna walk while holdin' hands and whisper I love you.
They need a combination Casanova Donahue.
The men pull up in foreign cars, and drop there little women off.
I serve'm frozen daqueries,while sugar daddys playin' golf.

The heroes from the golfin' wars return and holler scotch.
The ladies slip there rings back on.

I'm in a diamond mine.and they're not hard to find.
When I dig a little deeper, and take my time.
They sparkle and they shine,precoius jewels of every kind.
I'm just stealin' from the blind,I'm in a diamond mine.

The big shots at the country club all act like i'm invisable.
They never see me treat their women like they're irresitable.
They think that I don't have a clue about the way things are,
I hope they leave me in the dark.
repeat 2 twice

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CD 1
  • 1 Everything Comes Down to Money and Love
  • 2 Diamond Mine
  • 3 Blue Lady in a Red Mercedes
  • 4 Both Sides of Goodbye
  • 5 Warm in Dallas
  • 6 Out of Left Field
  • 7 Hide and Seek
  • 8 Hold What You've Got
  • 9 I'm Tired
  • 10 Dirty Mind