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Deb Harley: Music / Lyrics

I'm Right and You're Wrong

I’m Right and You're Wrong     


I’m right and you're wrong, no, you're wrong and I’m right

No, I’m right and you're wrong, you're wrong and I’m right

We better get it straight before it’s too late

Cause baby that ain’t lovin’ at all.


We use to say we were a case of love at first sight

I thought you were the coolest, you thought I was bright

But now all we do is argue about who’s wrong and who’s right

And baby that ain’t lovin’ at all.


Chorus:  What’s happening baby, has the routine got us down

               So much to do, not enough time for hangin’ round

               Let’s stop the momentum, before it’s too late

               Cause I got a feelin’ baby we don’t have no time to waste.


Yeah but I’m right and you're wrong, No, you're wrong and I’m right

I’m right and you're wrong, No, you're wrong and I’m right

Just get it thru your head, and you’ll see the light

That you’ve been wrong all along, and I’ve been right.


Oh boy, we’re getting no where tonight

I think it’s a stand off, a most unsatisfying fight

Where’s the truce, where’s the compromise

Where’s the sorry I’m wrong

I guess we put all those to bed in some other song.


Chorus:  What’s happening baby, has the routine got us down

               So much to do, not enough time for hangin’ round

               Let’s stop the momentum, before it’s too late

               Cause I got a feelin’ baby we don’t have no time to waste.


Well it’s come down to this, hit or miss, 3 strikes and we’re out

Call me crazy, but I don’t think that’s what we’re about

If you need to be right, I can let it go tonight

We no longer need to fight when you're wrong and I’m right

Cause baby, that ain’t lovin’ at all



                      deb harley                  vocals, acoustic guitar

                      tommy lieberman        archtop guitar

                      dik shopteau              bass

                      scooter nelson           drums

                      pat frederick              violin