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Payin' For It Now

Robert Cray

Met her in a night club
Alvey's hideaway

I could tell by looking at her
That she had come to play

Bought her three gin and tonics
And we told each other lies

Then I headed to the motel
With my little prize

And I'm payin' for it now
Payin' for it now

She's gone and so's my wallet
And I'm payin' for it now

Girl took off, and took all my duckets

Then I ran into Maggie
Old friend of mine
She said, "Let's do some reminiscing"
"Go and get some wine."

She could drink just like a sailor
Got as drunk as I could be
By the time the night was over, yeah
The joke it was on me

And I'm payin' for it now
Payin' for it now

She took me off the market
And I'm paying for it now

(Short guitar solo)

She was soft and friendly
And willing as can be
Had a pretty little tattoo
Right above her knee

I got it down to business
Then I fell asleep
She said I made her promises, promises
That she's expecting me to keep

And I'm payin' for it now
Payin' for it now

That girl was talkin' marriage
And I'm payin' for it now

(Saxophone solo)

Well I should have got suspicious
When she started acting nice
Should have read the signals
Should have thought about it twice

For eleven days running
She was cozy in the night
And when she laid it on me
You know, I didn't even fight

And I'm payin' for it now
Oh Lord, I'm payin' for it now

Here comes her mother with her suitcase
And I'm payin' for it now

No, not my mother-in-law
Jeez, her daughter

No, no, no

Compositor: The Robert Cray Band

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