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Thought I'd write a little country song.
Since most of those mournful country
songs come from codependent relationships,
I thought I'd get right to the point. Remember,
I just write 'em; don't participate in 'em.

 Codependency (Song)

You and I are just the same,
our love/hate relationship is all to blame.
I love to hate you, it's just me,
all a part of our… codependency.

You left me for that other one,
thought you would have both me and your fun.
That fell through and you came crawling back,
I took you back in 'cuz of what I lack.

Oh… I thought your love was real,
but, I'm just stuck under your heel.

You know I hate you when you drink,
come home drunk and raise a stink.
Don't know what I'll do when you're gone,
without you I can't carry on.

Stole my keys and took my car,
'Times I don't know who you are.
Wrecked it before you got home,
'Specked I'd still take you for my own.

Oh… I thought your love was real,
but, I'm just stuck under your heel.

You went out with your friends,
landed in jail; it never ends.
'Specked me to bail you out,
so I did, you worthless lout.

You called from the hospital the other day,
said you were near death; I should pray.
I prayed for your death, so I'd be free.
Paid your bill; praising your honesty.

Oh… I thought your love was real,
but, I'm just stuck under your heel.

On your stupid, stiletto heel...
your heel, dammit…
your god damned heel!

Copyright 2012 © Ronald W. Hull

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Reviewed by Axilea Uzumcuoglu 2/11/2013
Sad and funny at the same time. Who hasn't experienced some of these feelings of love and hate intermingled? And I have a feeling here that this "relationship" can last for a while!

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/29/2012
Thank you for sharing your wit and humor... and western style, Ron. Love and peace,

Reviewed by JMS Bell 7/29/2012
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse 7/28/2012
EEE-haw & rattle snakes lol
a country toe-stepper fer sure fer sure
aside from the humor of this delightful country parody
toxic relationships are so emotionally brutal, I had the hardest time
back in 1984 breaking myself away from someone who would not let go & move on, it's so self depleting to the individual and too
it's a shame those types cannot see the self inficting destrution
in possesiveness and control.

Two-Steppin Snake Skin Boots & Rodeo Rowls In Groove
Reviewed by Douglas Bentley 7/26/2012
Giddy up Cowboy
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 7/26/2012
A Song of the century? What a great relationship song!
Reviewed by Jon Willey 7/25/2012
a tear in your beer extraordinaire, not Austin City Limit stereotypical - a Pinkard & Bowden style exploit with great humor -put it to music Ron, it should sell well in Willie land - I wish you peace and joy my dear friend - Jon Michael
Reviewed by Teresa Walker 7/25/2012
Good one Ron, Just for you Ron, Steal Your Shoes

Steal Your Shoes

No more stilettos,
Find one with pumps,
Women with mood swings,
Blame the time of the month.

Hang on to that hat,
Those cowboys wear,
Women with stilettos,
Donít like to share.

Being codependent,
It takes two,
Donít let this woman,
Steal your shoes!

Teresa Bellamy Walker

Reviewed by Duke LaRance 7/24/2012
I'm picking up a David Allan Coe vibe....

duke larance ~ the drugstore cowboy poet
Reviewed by Sandy Hoynacki (Reader) 7/24/2012
This is toooooo funny and so twangy....Love it, love it, Ron..
Sounds like some of my Tennessee hillbilly, ridge running relatives wrote it...Lol

Reviewed by Charles Neff 7/23/2012
All that's missing is the music, Ron, though the words come through strong on their own - funny and sharp. Who's you nomination to be the singer? My money's on Clint Black.
Great work!
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 7/23/2012
I just bet you had a gleeful chuckle while you composed this one, Ron. I enjoyed your word, "'Specked" that is joyful coinage, and I like your reminder in the introduction "Remember, I just write 'em. Very Goood!! ~~ Diana
Reviewed by jude forese 7/22/2012
Sounds like yur withdrawing ... humorous shot to the head, heel and all ...
Reviewed by richard cederberg 7/22/2012
Funny stuff, Ron. Your humor resounds and the image is a good metaphor.
Reviewed by Laura Fall 7/22/2012
Great write Ron, as this would sure be a hit song the way relationships are Laura
Reviewed by John Flanagan 7/22/2012
to me, this is wickedly funny, Ron,
but these days i'm in wicked mode;
absolutely luv it!

Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 7/21/2012
All that you need here is a dog dying! And yes, this would be a "hit" on the C&W charts!

Love ya!

Reviewed by Kate Clifford 7/21/2012
Sad that this truly is the space some are in. Good capture of this type of relationship.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 7/21/2012
Liar! This is funner'n mine. Be careful what you say about the salami.
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley 7/21/2012
Goodness that is rather co-dependent! It seems you have wrote a good song for others to see in themselves.

Love and Light

Great song!
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 7/21/2012
wow that does make a great country song.
Reviewed by Edward Phillips 7/21/2012
Ron, I think you've just summarized every country song written in the past 50 years. The stiletto heels, however, suggest an insight that could only come from...experience.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 7/21/2012
People are LIKE that...? The only person I am co-dependent with is my imaginary friend and I haven't seen him in three days...e
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 7/21/2012
Now if we could just get it to Blake Shelton! This would make a great video, Ron. It's commercial.

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