Christopher Wright – Little Miss Understanding
Genre Pop

LYRIC
Little Miss Understanding

Cletus was an old grey haired man
He lived past the edge of town
Nobody really every knew his story
Only rumors that rolled aroudn
I met Cletus when I was twelve, sitting on the riverbank
He had an old flat top guitar
I sat down to watch him play

He played a little misunderstanding, a lot of misunderstood
He knew he had his part to play but he knew she was up to no good
He said, "Now don't misunderstand me, 'cause I'll gladly share the blame"
Now that little misunderstanding's gone away
Well, he played a little ditty and the ditty that he played told me of love and misery
Romeo and Juliet got nothing on Cletus Lee
The love affair he had for years, the bottle never let him down
From the day she went away nobody ever comes around

He played a little misunderstanding, a lot of misunderstood
He knew he had his part to play but he knew she was up to no good
He said, "Now don't misunderstand me, 'cause I'll gladly share the blame"
Now that little misunderstanding's gone away

It's always the same old thing
It takes a bottle just to hear him sing
But when his buzz kicks in
You know he'll play that song again

He played a little misunderstanding, a lot of misunderstood
He knew he had his part to play but he knew she was up to no good
He said, "Now don't misunderstand me, 'cause I'll gladly share the blame"
Now that little misunderstanding's gone away

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