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Homecoming Queen

Donahew, Casey

Band/Artist: Donahew, Casey

Album: Standoff

You should've seen her in those days
Everyone would stop and stare but she'd walk their way
She had sky blue eyes and crimson hair
And I'd pray she'd notice me, turns out life's not fair

She was a homecoming queen in '93
I was two years younger, she don't remember me
When I see her now I just wonder why
I guess when things come easy you don't have to try

She's had a couple of kids and a couple last names
Falls into bed and love like it's all the same
She wears too much makeup and not enough clothes
Her daddy left her little money, where it went no one knows
Now she spends her days reliving glories passed
With a wall full of trophies and a prom queen sash

She was a homecoming queen in '93
I was two years younger, she don't remember me
When I see her now I just wonder why
I guess when things come easy you don't have to try

She hates her nowhere job in this dead end town
She was a fairytale princess when she wore that crown
Now her life's half over and her best days are gone
There's no happy ever after at the end of this song
Yea, there's no happy ever after at the end of this song

She was a homecoming queen in '93
I was two years younger, she don't remember me
When I see her now I just wonder why
I guess when things come easy you don't have to try
That's right, when things come easy you don't have to try