Intro: (D) (A) (E) (D) (A) (E)
(E) Well it's a source of speculation
Mornin' noon and night (D) (A)
(E) 'Bout who is and who ain't
Which way's (D) wrong or (A) right
(E) I'd describe the feelin' but shoot
I don't have a clue (D) (A)
(E) And if the truth were known darlin'
Well (N.C.) neither do you
(E) (E) (D) (A)
For a long time now
I've (E) been tryin' to figure out this whole (D) rigama(A)role
And you (E) know it seems to me
There ain't nothing nowhere that's been written in st(D)one (A)
About the (E) how or why love can turn a body upside (D) down (A)
It's all (E) mud and guts and bar-b-que sauce
And finger painting the town
It's the (B) strongest attra(A)ction in the (E) universe
(B) Ain't nothin' (A) better baby (E) ain't nothin' worse
(B) Study after (A) study, no(E)body understands
The gravitational pull between a woman and a man
It'll (E) lift you up and knock you down
And take away your common (D) sense (A)
It'll (E) plant your feet on the ground
And fill your heart as a con(D)sequence (A)
And her (E) words will make you thirsty
For a drink from her deep (D) well (A)
And his (E) tears are gonna burn you like hot lava
And make you feel like hell
So (E) girl when it comes to you and me
And the kind of love we fell (D) in (A)
Well I (E) don't want no Betty Crocker
Without just a dash of Mae West thrown (D) in (A)
I want to (E) go outside and dance with you
Barefooted in the pouring (D) rain (A)
With the (E) lightening crashing all around
And people saying we've gone insane
Say, I gotta tell you, uhhh, I feel like one
of the luckiest guys in the world.
Uhhhh, cause when I fell in love with a girl,
she fell in love with me back and
weíve been married for twenty-five years now.
And Iím sure there are some young guys out there thinkin,
ďTwenty-five years. Man, doesnít that get kind of old?Ē
Well if you got a woman like mine, man,
you can still feel the gravitational pull.
Itís a source of speculation, morning, noon, and night,
About who is, and who ainít, which way is wrong or right.
Well, Iíd describe the feelin, but, shoot, I donít have a clue.
And if the truth were known darling, well, neither do you.
For a long time now, Iíve been trying to figure out this ole rig-a-ma-roll.
You know and it seems to me there ainít nothing no where
Thatís been written in stone about the how or why love can turn a body upside down
Itís all mud, guts, and barbeque sauce, and finger-paintiní the town. WellÖ
Itís the strongest attraction in the universe.
Ainít nothing better, baby ainít nothing worse.
Study after study nobody understands
The gravitational pull between a woman and a man.
Well it will lift you up or knock you down, take away your common sense.
Itíll plant your feet on solid ground; it will fill your heart with the consequence.
And her words will leave you thirsty, for a drink from her deep well.
And its tears are gonna burn you like lava, and make you feel like hell.
So girl when it comes to you and me and the kind of love that we fell in,
Well, I donít want no Betty Crocker without a dash of Mae West thrown in!
I wanna go outside and dance with you bare-footed in the pouring rain,
With the lightning crashing all around, people saying weíve gone insane.
I donít understand it, but after 25 years, I gotta say, I still like it!
You will too!
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