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Artist:Cledus T. Judd
Taken from the album Miscellaneous by Cledus T. Judd
Album:Miscellaneous
Track:Did I Shave My Back For This? (Parody Did I Shave My Legs Fo
 
Date Added:18/10/2007
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Views:449
 
Lyrics:(Cledus T. Judd/Deana Carter/Rhonda Hart)

A Mason jar full of shine; a CD of LeAnn
Rimes.
Is what I bought for our anniversary tonight.
Now here I stand, with my Petunias in
hand.
And you've got a headache again.

I hit a yard sale, cut my toenails,

Trimmed my nose hairs just right.
I thought you'd be impressed, by my new huntin' vest,

But there's no chance tonight.

It ain't the first time this year; it'll be TV and
beer.
I 'bout forgot what it's like to be kissed.
As I sleep on the floor, while she
sniffles and snores.
Did I shave my back for this?

Ow, this things duller than a
dead blade butter knife.

Now I bet she'll regret the fact that she didn't let,
Me
take her to that motel with a pool.
You know it's so hard to find free HBO and Showtime.

And them vibratin' beds sure are cool.

I souped up the RV, fired up my flowbe,

Trimmed my toupee just right.
Tried self-tanning cream, it turned my skin green,
Er, you
know the directions said that it might.

Well it's a mystery to me, why she don't like
Cledus T.
Most find me hard to resist.
I'm wearin' my brand new drawers, and wonderin'
what the heck for!
Did I shave my back for this?

Deanna, did I shave my back for
this?
Ooh ooh ooh.
 
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