FANDOM

1,948,165 Pages

StarIconGreen
LangIcon
Any One, Any Worse, Any Where

This song is by Loretta Lynn and appears on the album Coal Miner's Daughter (1971).

You're tellin' me how bad I am for loving him
That I can't be much, and love him, he's your man
Go on say, I'm no good, call me anything you dare
For if how much I love him tells how bad I am
Then you won't find any one any worse, any where.

I treat him like the man he is
And when he needs I'm there
He must not think that I'm so bad
For he takes me everywhere.

For if how much I love him tells how bad I am
Then you won't find any one any worse, any where.

You're tellin' me that you will never set him free
And you say that we've disgraced you, him and me
You know you don't love him and he knows how much I care
So if how much I love him tells how bad I am
Then you won't find any one any worse, any where.

I treat him like the man he is
And when he needs I'm there
He must not think that I'm so bad
For he takes me everywhere.

For if how much I love him tells how bad I am
Then you won't find any one any worse, any where...