Holly Ann Lewis

 
 

Music

Country

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Holly Ann Lewis
01/18/2016
Holly Ann Lewis

Story

Holly Ann Lewis: Vocals, Acoustic guitar

Darrel Voss: Drums

Ken Hustad: Upright Bass

Robert Alberts: Trumpet

 

Lyrics

Country

  Words and Music By:

 Holly Ann Lewis

                       

Verse 1 

I used to be one of those women

Go out shopping every day

I used to be one of those women

Worried about what people say

I used to be wrapped up in myself

And how I looked

Now I’d rather put my feet in the garden

And read a good book

 

Chorus

I never thought I’d be

I never thought I’d be

Country

 

Verse 2

Used to drive out to the city

Going to the next big show

But now I just sit on my porch

Listening to the wind blow

I hear the rooster crow

I got seeds to sow

And the town’s so small

You can’t drive by anybody

You don’t know

 

Chorus

I never thought I’d be

I never thought I’d be

Country

 

Bridge

You don’t’ have to drive

On the interstate

No traffic for miles

So your never late                              

All I need now is my cowgirl hat

 And a horse to ride

 and I'm satisfied

 

Verse 1 

I used to be one of those women

Go out shopping every day

I used to be one of those women

Worried about what people say

I used to be wrapped up in myself

And how I looked

Now I’d rather put my feet in the garden

And read a good book

 

Chorus

I never thought I’d be

I never thought I’d be

Country