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WEDDING CAKE (Myra Smith / Margaret Lewis) Connie Francis - 1969 Jeannie C. Riley - 1969 Connie Smith - 1969 Don't be troubled 'bout me 'cause I'm tired >From workin' round the house when day is done Don't think you failed me 'cause you can't afford That dishwasher to make my life more fun You know the measure of a man is much more Than just the money he can make And ev'ry woman knows a lot of joy and tears Come with the wedding cake The wedding cake is not all icing And lovin' tender whispers in the dark One slice is concern for all your dreams Afraid they won't come true and break your heart Another slice is feedin' kids and wipin' noses Cryin' when the doorbell rings and there are roses Ev'ry woman knows a lot of give and take Comes with the wedding cake It's facing shadows of the future, prayin' they will fall away As we walk toward them searching for the sun It's long and anxious hours with the wolf at the door Hugs and kisses when at last we see the dawn So when the hands of time trace tiny lines Upon our face and lace our hair with strands of grey We'll laugh and say for all who will partake It all comes with the wedding cake Yes, for all who will partake It all comes with the wedding cake (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - October 2011)

    


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