Wrong Side Of The Wrong Bed

by Chris Crockett and Jerry Gazzaneo

Genre: Country

Lyrics

WRONG SIDE OF THE WRONG BED
By Chris Crockett and Jerry Gazzoneo

If we was labelin’ fights
The one last night between her and me was world war three
I got up and I put on the lights
And said I’m goin’ out to have a drink
And that would have been all right
She don’t mind me out there tippin’ one or two
But this morning when I opened my eyes
It was clear that I’d had more than just a few

I woke up on the wrong side of the wrong bed
That’s not my ceiling that I see
I woke up on the wrong side of the wrong bed
And who’s this woman next to me

She turned and she opened her eyes
She looked at me and stretched and said “good mornin’ hon”
She said “would you like a bite?”
I said no thank you please I gotta run
She said “it’s sure been nice
And if there’s trouble in paradise you know my door”
I set out on the road
Straight back toward the start of world war four

I woke up on the wrong side of the wrong bed
Somebody turned this room around
I woke up on the wrong side of the wrong bed
How’m I ever gonna live this down

Well I could buy her flowers or fancy french cologne
And maybe I could tell her I got lost on my way home
But she knows when I’m lying and I know she always will
And I won’t buy my way out of this with a million dollar bill

I woke up on the wrong side of the wrong bed
I really turned my life around
I woke up on the wrong side of the wrong bed
I know I’ll never live this down
I know I will never live this down
and I just might wind up on the wrong side of the right door this time

Copyright Chris Crockett Music, BMI

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