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Halfway to Hazard

Her mama named her Daisy, got it from a magazine
Through the mountains in her white dress, she'd run chasin' me
Thought she was faster 'cause I told her so, even though it wasn't quite the truth
Well I know she's an angel even though she ain't got wings
'Cause my sweet Daisy loved the hell outta me

There in the back pew of a Sunday morning church
The preacher preachin' Gospel, well, that's when I gave her her first kiss
She told me so even though it wasn't quite the truth
Well I know she's an angel even though she ain't got wings
'Cause my sweet Daisy loved the hell outta me

She gave me her body, she gave me her soul, didn't ask for nothin'
She led me down to the river, said you need to be baptized
Held me under the moon light; Lord, I don't know why
She loved the hell outta me

Eight years later we got married, and the day her water broke
The doctor said there's complications, but I still had hope
She was gonna make it 'cause she told me so, even thought it wasn't quite the truth
Well I know she's an angel, and now she's got her wings
Yeah, my sweet Daisy loves the hell outta me

She gave me her body, she gave me her soul, didn't ask for nothin'
She led me down to the river, said you need to be baptized
Held me under the moon light; Lord, I don't know why
She loved the hell outta me, yeah

I thought I'd name her Daisy, in her mama's memory
Through the mountains in her white dress, she runs chasin' me
Thinks she is faster 'cause I tell her so, even though it isn't quite the truth

Written by SMITH, R. ANTHONY / TOLLIVER, DAVID LOUIS / WARRIX, CHAD
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group, EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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