|Performed By:||Alan Jackson|
|Copyright:||© 1991 April Music|
(Jim McBride - Alan Jackson - Gary Overton) « © '91 April Music » I parked my car round back I've got the shades pulled down I told everybody includin' my mama I was leaving town But I've been right here since you've been gone Belly-up at the bottom of a bottle listening to George Jones And just playin' possum layin' low I've got hundred watts of hurtin' coming through the speakers of my stereo Don't want to see nobody nowhere I want to go just playin' possum and laying low [ guitar - steel ] I'm gonna hide my heart and be a love recluse Oh I could cry on my best friend's shoulder but there ain't no use I need an expert on the pain I'm going through So I'll keep George on the old turntable till I'm over you And just playin' possum... Tell 'em Jones he's a playin' possum and he's a layin' low
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