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Don't Put Her Down You Helped Put Her There Song Lyrics and Chords

 

Don't Put Her Down You Helped Put Her There Song Lyrics and Chords by Courtney Granger

 

Don't Put Her Down You Helped Put Her There
Recorded by Courtney Granger
Written by Hazel Dickens
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Don't put her down you  
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helped put her  
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there
 
You pull the  
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string she's  
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your 
 
play
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thing
 
You can make her or break her it's  
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true
 
You  
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abuse her accuse her turn  
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around and you use her
 
Then forsake her any  
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time it suits  
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you
 
Well there's  
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more to her than  
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powder and  
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paint
 
Than her peroxided bleached out  
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hair
 
Well if  
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she acts that way it's cause  
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you had your day
 
Don't put her down you  
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helped put her  
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there
 
She hangs  
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around 
 
 
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playing the  
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clown
 
While her soul is aching in
G7 
side
 
She's  
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heartbreak's child she just  
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lives for your smile
 
To build her up in a  
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world made by  
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men
repeat #2
 
At the house down the  
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way you  
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sneak and you  
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play
 
For the love her body and her  
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shame
 
Then you  
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call yourself a man
 
You say you  
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just don't understand
 
How a woman could  
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turn out that  
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way
 
Well there's  
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more to her that  
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powder and  
C 
paint
 
Than the men she picks up at the  
G7 
bar
 
Well if  
F 
she acts that way it's cause  
C 
you had your day
 
Don't put her down you  
G7 
helped put her  
C 
there
 
Well if  
F 
she acts that way it's cause  
C 
you had your day
 
Don't put her down you  
G7 
helped put her  
C 
there

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Don't Put Her Down You Helped Put Her There?
- The song Don't Put Her Down You Helped Put Her There was sang by Courtney Granger.

 

Who is Courtney Granger?
- The Pine Leaf Boys is an American Cajun and Creole band from South Louisiana, United States. Members include Wilson Savoy (accordion, fiddle, vocals), Courtney Granger (fiddle, accordion, vocals), Drew Simon (drums and vocals), Jean Bertrand (guitars), and Thomas David (bass).

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