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​Then She's a Lover

This song is by Eddy Arnold and appears on the album Glory Of Love (1969).

(Bobby Russell)

She comes in about six o'clock
Trippin' over toys and pickin' up socks
And you think her day had been a ton of trouble
She's been doing important things
With tradin' stamps and turnip greens
And have I noticed how the price of soap has doubled.

She's as normal as she can be
And she never misses Jeopardy
And I think that she'd elope with Dick VanDyke
And when the kids have all been fed
And when I lay me down to bed
She gives me my time of the night.

Then she's a lover she comes to my side
Right around midnight after her day's been so confused
That's why I love her and that's why I do right
And if there's a reason God gave me a feeling baby it's you.

She hates tangerines, she loves the rain
Volunteers me for everything
And the bank has never been right in her life
She thinks my Uncle Bill's a sap
She's taught me words like over draft
And the only number she remembers is her shoe size.

She had words with a guy next door
And almost started a neighborhood war
'Cause he said something smart to our son Bob
And therefore I had to invite him in
And apologize and convince him
That she really didn't mean he was a big fat slob.

She's as normal as she can be
And she never misses Jeopardy
And I think that she'd elope with Dick VanDyke
And when the kids have all been fed
And when I lay me down to bed
She gives me my time of the night...