Maggie lyrics

Album: Harold, Lew, Phil, and Don 1976

If I told Maggie
I loved her once a day
I must have told her twenty times.
I always tried never to be one of those guys,
Who never paid attention to her whines
And she could whine.
That woman never once seemed pleased
With anything I'd do.
And pretty soon old Maggie would make tracks.
But she always left a razor on the sidewall of the tub,
So she'd have a reason to come back.

I hear she's combing hair in Memphis,
And this time gonna stay.
But knowing Maggie that won't last for long
I know as sure as Heaven, I'll wake up someday and see,
Ol' Maggie healthy-hoofing it,
Back home, she's coming home to me.
Cause' I just found this morning,
Stuffed in her pillow case
That old pink lacy nightgown trimmed in black.
And of course, there's that old razor
On the sidewall of the tub.
That Maggie always forgets to pack.

Chorus-
If I told Maggie
I loved her once a day
I must have told her twenty times.
I always tried never to be one of those guys,
Who never paid attention to her whines,
And she could whine.
That woman never once seemed pleased,
With anything I'd do.
And pretty soon Ol' Maggie would make tracks.
But she always left a razor on the sidewall of the tub,
So she'd have a reason to come back,
So she'd have a reason to come back,
Margaret, you don't need no reason to come back.

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