Me And Emily Karaoke Rachel Proctor

Karaoke Me And Emily Rachel Proctor

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Floor board is filled with baby toys
And empty coke bottles and coffee cups
Drivin' through the rain with no radio tryin' not to wake her up
Cell phone says low battery
God what if I break down
I'm just lookin' for an exit with a
Lot of lights a safe little interstate town
Just a cheap hotel with a single bed and cable TV
Is good enough for me and Emily
Someday when she's old enough
She's gonna start askin' questions about him
Some kid at school brings his dad for show and tell
And it gets her little mind a wonderin'
Where's my daddy do I have one
Does he not love me like you do
Oh maybe
I'll find someone to love the both of us
And I'll tell her when she's old enough to know the truth
Will it break her heart will she understand that I had to leave
That's what was best for me and Emily
The house was never clean enough
His dinner never warm enough
Nothing I did was ever good enough to make him happy
So I guess he gave me what he thought I deserved
But it would kill me if he ever raised his hand to her
Big rigs are throwin' rain on my windshield
And I feel like they're laughin' at me
Finally the storm is lettin' up
And the mornin' is breakin' free
It's a brand new day it's a second chance
Yesterday is just a memory for me and Emily
Floor board is filled with baby toys
And empty coke bottles and coffee cups
Least there's one good thing that he gave me
And she's startin' to wake up

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