Homewrecker
Lyrics Gretchen Wilson

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Well you're a real hot cookie with your new hair-do
Your high heel boots and your credit card
Long legs and a mini skirt
Yeah you know what works and you work it hard
You smile like such a lady, innocent and sweet
You drive the man folk crazy
But any girl can see

[Chorus]
You're just a homewrecker
I know what you're doing
You think you're gonna ruin what I've got, but you're not
Yeah you little go getter, I'll teach you a lesson
If you get to messin' with my man, you don't stand a chance
No, you're just a homewrecker

I'm sure you've waited for a long long time to find a man like mine
But honey you're too late
So before you go and make your move
Maybe me and you should get a few things straight
There's two ways we can do this.. I'll let you decide..
You can take it somewhere else or we can take it outside

[Chorus]
You little homewrecker
I know what you're doing
You think you're gonna ruin what I've got, but you're not
Yeah you little go getter, I'll teach you a lesson
If you get to messin' with my man, you don't stand a chance
No, you're just a homewrecker

Now honey I'm a Christian, but if you keep it up
I'm gonna go to kickin'
Your pretty little butt
Is that clear enough?

[Chorus]
Yeah, you little homewrecker
I'll teach you a lesson
If you get to messin' with my man, you don't stand a chance
No, you're just a homewrecker
Yeah you're just a homewrecker, homewrecker

Song facts

"Homewrecker" is the title of a song written and recorded by American country music singer Gretchen Wilson. It was the fourth and final single from her 2004 debut album Here for the Party, and was released to radio in January 2005. "Homewrecker" debuted on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts dated for the week ending January 29, 2005. The song reached a peak of #2 and held that position for three weeks, spending a total of twenty weeks on the charts. It was Wilson's fourth consecutive Top Ten hit on that chart, making her the first female artist to send her first four singles into the country Top Ten since Deana Carter did so between 1996 and 1997.

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