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Future Ex-Mrs. Jones lyrics and chords

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Future Ex-Mrs. Jones
Recorded by Norma Jean
Written by Dolores Tolbert

The next time you come home with lipstick fresh from that blonde
C G7
Swearin' you've been at the office to twenty five past one
And you've worked like a slave all night tired to your bones
C G7 C
You'll be lyin' to the future ex-Mrs. Jones

Well I don't expect an angel after all you're a man
F G7
But you run it in the ground and I'm a gonna break it all if I can
Yeah the next time you go out with her and you come a dragging home
C G7 C
You'll be looking at the future ex-Mrs. Jones

Well Jonesy boy now I'm not stupid that ain't red ink
C G7
I'm familiar with the color that's a hanky panky pink
I think the work you do at night you better do at home
C G7 C
Or you'll be working for the future ex-Mrs. Jones

Repeat #2

G7 C
You'll be looking at the future ex-Mrs. Jones


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Future Ex-Mrs. Jones lyrics and chords