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Have learned to not question preparation of food if I enjoyed the meal. Just want to be sure don't get food poisoning.

 

She is 45, lives in Camp 7, and Skype was video without interruptions, although I did have to have her type. I'm partially deaf ( to many loud noises overseas) and can not understand when they speak over internet.

 

Don't feel so bad lamoe. My wife doesn't understand half of what I say. LOL

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Don't feel so bad lamoe. My wife doesn't understand half of what I say. LOL

 

Yeah...but that's understandable. Your friends don't understand much more than that...   :ROFLMAO:  :ROFLMAO:  :ROFLMAO:

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Yeah...but that's understandable. Your friends don't understand much more than that...   :ROFLMAO:  :ROFLMAO:  :ROFLMAO:

Getouttahere. Waddayatalk'nbout?

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Mine does/ did, that's why we're getting divorce.

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YOU DON’T HAVE TO CALL ME DARLIN’, DARLIN’

Written By Steve Goodman

As Recorded By David Allan Coe

 

WELL, IT WAS ALL

THAT I COULD DO TO KEEP FROM CRYIN’

SOMETIMES IT SEEMED SO USELESS TO REMAIN

BUT YOU DON’T HAVE TO CALL ME DARLIN’, DARLIN'

YOU NEVER EVEN CALL ME BY MY NAME

 

YOU DON’T HAVE TO CALL ME WAYLON JENNINGS

AND YOU DON’T HAVE TO CALL ME CHARLIE PRIDE

AND YOU DON’T HAVE TO CALL ME MERLE HAGGARD/ANYMORE

EVEN THOUGH YOU’RE ON MY FIGHTIN’ SIDE

 

 

CHORUS:

AND I’LL HANG AROUND AS LONG AS YOU WILL LET ME

AND I NEVER MINDED STANDIN’ IN THE RAIN

BUT YOU DON’T HAVE TO CALL ME DARLIN’, DARLIN’

YOU NEVER EVEN CALLED ME BY MY NAME

 

WELL, I’VE HEARD MY NAME

A FEW TIMES IN YOUR PHONE BOOK (Hello, Hello)

AND I’VE SEEN IT ON SIGNS WHERE I’VE PLAYED

BUT THE ONLY TIME I KNOW

I’LL HEAR "DAVID ALLAN COE"

IS WHEN JESUS HAS HIS FINAL JUDGMENT DAY

 

REPEAT CHORUS

 

RECITATION:

WELL, A FRIEND OF MINE NAMED STEVE GOODMAN WROTE THAT SONG

AND HE TOLD ME IT WAS THE PERFECT COUNTRY & WESTERN SONG

I WROTE HIM BACK A LETTER AND I TOLD HIM IT WAS NOT THE PERFECT COUNTRY & WESTERN SONG BECAUSE HE HADN’T SAID ANYTHING AT ALL ABOUT MAMA,

OR TRAINS,

OR TRUCKS,

OR PRISON,

OR GETTING’ DRUNK

WELL HE SAT DOWN AND WROTE ANOTHER VERSE TO THE SONG

AND HE SENT IT TO ME,

AND AFTER READING IT,

I REALIZED THAT MY FRIEND HAD WRITTEN THE PERFECT

COUNTRY & WESTERN SONG

AND I FELT OBLIGED TO INCLUDE IT ON THIS ALBUM

THE LAST VERSE GOES LIKE THIS HERE:

 

WELL, I WAS DRUNK THE DAY MY MOM GOT OUT OF PRISON

AND I WENT TO PICK HER UP IN THE RAIN

BUT BEFORE I COULD GET TO THE STATION IN MY PICKUP TRUCK

SHE GOT RUN NED OVER BY A DAMNED OLD TRAIN

 

CHORUS:

AND I’LL HANG AROUND AS LONG AS YOU WILL LET ME

AND I NEVER MINDED STANDIN’ IN THE RAIN

NO, A’ YOU DON’T HAVE TO CALL ME DARLIN’, DARLIN’

YOU NEVER EVEN CALL ME

WELL I WONDER WHY YOU DON’T CALL ME

WHY DON’T YOU EVER CALL ME BY MY NAME

 

 

 
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