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You Know Where You Can Go

This song is by Jean Shepard and appears on the album Seven Lonely Days (1969).

You come in at two o'clock and think I'm fast asleep
But I've been sittin' countin' minutes here instead of sheep
And I see red all over your shirt I've had enough and so
I know where you've been and now you know where you can go.

You stepped in my life and started steppin' out on me
But I'll be handy if you can't keep me hangin' from your tree
I found out what you've been doin' where you've spent your dough
I know where you've been and now you know where you can go.

You think I can laugh it off while you carry on
But I was made up of your rib and not your funny bone
If handsome is as handsome does then you're an ungly man
I've taken all this lyin' down so now I'll take my stand.

Baby I'm through with you so I'll make like the wind that blows
I know where you've been and now you know where you can go.

You think I can laugh it off while you carry on
But I was made up of your rib and not your funny bone
If handsome is as handsome does then you're an ungly man
I've taken all this lyin' down so now I'll take my stand.

Baby I'm through with you so I'll make like the wind that blows
I know where you've been and now you know where you can go.

I know where you've been and now you know where you can go...