Maybe, Maybe not Lyrics

These are the lyrics to song Maybe, Maybe not as performed by Mindy McCready

Lyrics to song Maybe, Maybe not by Mindy McCready

Uh huh
I had a load in the dryer, I was
waitin at the laudrymat
Sittin on top of a washin machine
I could hear the sound of a
quarter tumblin round
I'd left in the pocket of my dirty blue jeans
I reached in just to pull it out
Never thinkin how it'd burn my hand
It rolled over by the payphone
Ain't it funny where it chose to land
Maybe it's a sign, maybe I should call
To see if everything's alright back in Omaha
Maybe you were right, maybe I'm to blame
Maybe if I try real hard baby I can change
I could do what you say and just grow up
It might be worth a shot
But then again, maybe not
I gathered up my clothes, I didn't even fold 'em
Just stuffed 'em into a pillowcase
I threw 'em in the back seat, jumped in the car
Headed on out to the interstate
I turned on the radio
How'd they know to play our favorite song?
It nearly freaked me out
To hear it on every station I turned on
Maybe it's a sign, maybe I should call
To see if everything's alright back in Omaha
Maybe you were right, maybe I'm to blame
Maybe if I try real hard baby I can change
I could do what you say and just grow up
It might be worth a shot
But then again, maybe not
Oh baby, whoa baby
Maybe not
Maybe it's a sign, maybe I should call
To see if everything's alright back in Omaha
Maybe you were right, maybe I'm to blame
Maybe if I try real hard baby I can change
I could do what you say and just grow up
It might be worth a shot
But then again
But then again, maybe not
Oh baby, whoa baby
Maybe not
Oh oh oh baby
Maybe not

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