November 6, 2007

Song of the Week: There's Your Trouble

We had once a consistent song of the week here Pax Plena. The lapse is utterly my own. consider this the latest attempt to revive the practice. Today's song of the week is a fun one for both the wistful and self deprecating alike. Courtesy of the Dixie Chicks- back when they were musicians rather than political activists; to wit, they have always been much better at the former than the latter- the song will surely be a blast from the past for country music fans out there. Without further ado, the Pax Plena song of the week is none other than the Dixie Chick's There's Your Trouble. Lyrics follow after the jump. There's Your Trouble Should have been different, but It wasn't different, was it Same old story Dear John and so long Should have fit like a glove Should have fit like a ring, Like a Diamond ring Token of true Love Should have all worked out but it didn't She should be here now but she isn't CHORUS There's your trouble, there's your trouble You keep seeing double with the wrong one You can't see I love you You can't see she doesn't But you just keep holding on There's your trouble So now you're thinking 'bout All you're missing how Deep you're sinking Round and round dragging down Why don't you cash in your chips Why don't you call in a loss Not such a big loss Chalk it up better luck Could have been true love but it wasn't It should all add up but it doesn't REPEAT CHORUS Should of all worked out but it didn't She should be here now but she isn't REPEAT CHORUS [Link]

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