Goodbye Earl Karaoke Dixie Chicks

Karaoke Song Goodbye Earl Dixie Chicks

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Lyrics of Goodbye Earl

Mary Anne and Wanda were the best of friends
All through their high school days
Both members of the
Four H Club both active in the FFA
After graduation
Mary Anne went out lookin' for a bright new world
Wanda looked all around this town and all she found was Earl
Well it wasn't two weeks after she got married that
Wanda started gettin' abused
She put on dark glasses and long sleeved blouses and make-up to cover her bruise
Well she finally got the nerve to file for divorce
She let the law take it from there
But Earl walked right through that restraining order and put her in intensive care
Right away Mary Anne flew in from Atlanta on a red eye midnight flight
She held Wanda's hand and they worked out a plan
And it didn't take them long to decide
That Earl had to die
Goodbye Earl
Those black-eyed peas?
They tasted all right to me
Earl, you're feeling weak?
Why don't you lay down and sleep, Earl
Ain't it dark?
Wrapped up in that tarp, Earl
The cops came by to bring Earl in
They searched the house high and low
Then they tipped their hats and said thank you ladies lf you hear from him let us know
Well the weeks went by and spring turned to summer and summer faded into fall
And it turns out he was a missing person who nobody missed at all
So the girls bought some land and a roadside stand out on Highway One O Nine
They sell Tennessee ham and strawberry jam and they don't lose any sleep at night
'Cos Earl had to die
Goodbye Earl
We need a break
Let's go out to the lake, Earl
We'll pack a lunch
And stuff you in the trunk, Earl
Well is that all right?
Good, let's go for a ride, Earl
Well hey hey hey
Ah hey hey hey
Well hey hey hey

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