Lee Ann Womack – I’ll Think Of A Reason Later

It reached # 2 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, spending a total of 25 weeks on the charts. On April 19, it reached # 1 on the Canada Country Tracks charts for two consecutive weeks.

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Album cover Lee Ann Womack ( MCA 1998 )
Album cover Lee Ann Womack ( MCA 1998 )
“I’ll Think Of A Reason Later”, a song written by Tony Martin and Tim Nichols, was recorded by Lee Ann Womack for the MCA Nashville label, in May 1998, produced by Mark Wright, the song was released on 28 December 1998, and on April 10, 1999, it reached # 2 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, spending a total of 25 weeks on the charts. On April 19, it reached # 1 on the Canada Country Tracks charts for two consecutive weeks.
The song was included in Lee Ann Womack’s second studio album, Some Things I Know (MCA 1998), the album was released on September 22, 1998,and on October 24, 1998, reached at number # 20 on the charts of US Top Country Albums, and spent a total of 55 weeks on the charts. The album was certified gold in the USA.



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Lee Ann Womack – I’ll Think Of A Reason Later Lyrics

I heard he was gonna marry some girl from Denver
Then my sister came over
Had the Sunday paper with her
There was the girl on the social page
Looking in love and all engaged
We decided she don’t take a very good picture
It may be my family’s redneck nature
Rubbing off
Bringing out unlady-like behavior
It sure ain’t Christian to judge a stranger
But I don’t like her
She may be an angel who spends all winter
Bringing the homeless blankets and dinner
A regular Nobel Peace Prize winner
But I really hate her
I’ll think of a reason later
I drew horns and blacked out her tooth with a marker
Childish, yes, but she made such a thin little target
I couldn’t be happier on my own
But I’ve got the slightest of a jealous bone
And seeing her with him tends to enlarge it
It may be my family’s redneck nature
Rubbing off
Bringing out unlady-like behavior
It sure ain’t Christian to judge a stranger
But I don’t like her
She may be an angel who spends all winter
Bringing the homeless blankets and dinner
A regular Nobel Peace Prize winner
But I really hate her
I’ll think of a reason later
Inside her head may lay all the answers
For curin’ diseases from baldness to cancer
Salt of the earth and a real good dancer
But I really hate her
I’ll think of a reason later
(Spoken)
Well, it was just one tooth
Did I mention I don’t particularly care for her?
She makes me sick
Single Lee Ann Womack ( MCA 1998 )
Single Lee Ann Womack ( MCA 1998 )
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