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She Makes Me Fat - Doug Gallob
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|Genre||Description||Themes, Moods, Comments||Additional Info|
|? I'm not sure. You tell me (Feedback)?||A song about a guy whose wife treats him too well. He used to be skinny. Now...||upbeat, uptempo, bluegrass?, fun, marriage, love, exercise, food, couch potato||
Well I moved around in my single days. I never ate too much And if I did I burned it off an hour before lunch Id work out at the gym all night at squats and lats and curls Just a little extra effort to look good for the girls Well a steady jobll sure impress em if you want a date If one is good, Id work at two or three to find a mate So Id go from dawn to midnight working hard all day Cause chasin chicksll do the trick to melt those pounds away (instrumental) Well Ive met a few, but I never knew until I met the one How sweet and tasty life could be when every day was done She wrapped me up and she tied me down and it didnt hurt at all She turned my life to cherries in a big ceramic bowl (chorus:) She feeds me cakes and pies and steaks and fries and hasenpfeffer stew Ive never been so comfortable I dont know what to do She brings me chips and dip and checks to see my beer dont get to flat I cant help but love a girl so sweet, but lord she makes me fat (bridge) Well I could get off the couch and walk around the lake But the sofas soft and her arms are warm and I just want to stay Well I could get up and shut the TV down tonight But I sit and hold her hand and she makes everything alright (repeat chorus) (tag)
mandolin, vocals: Bill Chapman guitar, vocals: Tom Chapman bass, vocals: Doug Gallob
I was just thinking about how I'm not as skinny as I was when I was young and single. I was also thinking about how well my wife treats me. I decided to write a goofy song making my weight my wife's fault.
-- Doug Gallob