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Weakest Moments

This song is by John Mellencamp and appears on the album American Fool (1982).

Well, I hear you downstairs
You're foolin around with your father's brother
And your mother's gown

All the old heroes keep comin' around
To find out if you're still at home

So you lie in the sun, watch your body turn to tan
Your skin is oiled with the sweat of a man

He bought you a diamond ring girl, to wear on your hand
And, baby, he's leaving tomorrow

Yeah, I'll be with you in your weakest moments, uh huh
Yeah, I'll be there with you in your weakest moments

Well, you say you can remember when it was your world
And you were Mister Ruby's girl
He gave you dreams and schemes that swirl
Around your head and your body

And when you drink sometimes, you try to liberate
And you stagger in the front yard, girl, till you find the gate
That swing on that thin line of love and hate
And baby, just let it go

Yeah, I'll be with you in your weakest moments, uh huh
Yeah, I'll be there with you in your weakest moments

Yeah, I'll be with you in your weakest moments, uh huh
Yeah, I'll be with you in your weakest moments, girl

Yeah, I'll be with you in your weakest moments, uh huh
Yeah, I'll be with you in your weakest moments
Those weakest moments
Weakest moments

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