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My Man Is In The Doghouse written by Gina Cerise



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Song Length 2:50
Primary Genre Pop-Rock
Secondary Genre -
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My Man is in the Doghouse

CHORUS
My man is in the doghouse with me
He better learn to bark and beg at the knee.
The roses are lovely, again.
He must have ordered them by speed dialing.

VERSE
I asked him where he's been smellin' like booze with a great big smile.
He said he got lost comin' home, that's what he said took him such, such a while
Well I know that it's just not true, so next time, I'm gonna beat him black and blue.

CHORUS
My man is in the doghouse with me
He better learn to bark and beg at the knee.
The roses are lovely again,
But there about as useless as teeth on a hen.

VERSE
I followed him last night, me and my girlfriend in her car.
I wore a blond wig and some high heels and looked just like Pamela.
Well he bought me a drink or three and I got drunk, drunk as a girl could be.

CHORUS
My man is in the doghouse with me.
He better learn to bark and beg at the knee.
He's gonna send me roses again
He thinks a blond, he thinks I'm a ten.

MUSICAL INTERLUDE BRIDGE

CHORUS
My man is in the doghouse with me.
He better learn to bark and beg at the knee.
He's gonna send me roses again
He thinks a blond, he thinks I'm a ten.

VERSE
He looked so handsome that night, he kept on winking and catching my eye.
I had to let him know that it was me and the trouble to be.
Well then he walked up to me with a kiss and said honey,
Thank you for the fantasy!

CHORUS
My man is in the doghouse with me.
There's room for us two and it's real comfy.
The roses are lovely, again,
I tipped the flower driver a five and a ten.
The roses are lovely, again,
He must have ordered them by speed dialing.


Written by Gina Cerise
Geyser Records, LLC
561-776-8630
c 1995