The Judds – Have Mercy

The song was their fifth number one on the country chart. The single went to number one for two weeks and spent a total of fourteen weeks on the country chart.

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The Judds – Have Mercy, is a song written by Paul Kennerley, and recorded by American country music duo The Judds. It was released in September 1985 as the first single from the album Rockin’ with the Rhythm. The song was their fifth number one on the country chart. The single went to number one for two weeks and spent a total of fourteen weeks on the country chart.
The Judds - Have Mercy
Cover LP The Judds RCA 1985
The Judds – Have Mercy
From the album Rockin’ with the Rhythm
B-side “Bye Bye Baby Blues”
Released September 1985
Genre Country
Length 3:23
Label RCA Nashville/Curb
Songwriter(s) Paul Kennerley
Producer(s) Brent Maher

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The Judds – Have Mercy Lyrics

[Verse 1:]
I was standing in line
At the city bus stop
Soaked to the skin from every rain drop
I see you driving by
Just like a phantom jet
With your arm around some little brunette
You say you won’t be home
Because you’re working late
Honey, I’m no fool
You’ve been out on a date
The lipstick on your collar gives the game away
It’s strawberry red
And mine’s pink rose
[Chorus:]
Have mercy on me
You treat me so bad
I’m in misery
It’s breaking my heart
Can’t you see?
Baby, baby
Have mercy on me
[Verse 2:]
Well
I called you up on the telephone
I could hear you was playing Haggard and Jones
I knew right then
Tthat there was something wrong
There’s only one reason you play cheating songs
[Repeat Chorus:]
[Verse 3:]
Went to the bank with my little checkbook
The cashier he gave me the strangest look
He said you ain’t got no money
Cause you’re overdrawn
Your man took it all and he’s done gone
[Repeat Chorus:]

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The Judds - Have Mercy
Single The Judds RCA 1985

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