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"If My Nose Was Running Money" By Aaron Wilburn "If My Nose Was Running Money" By Aaron Wilburn 

...and it's not just me that has a peculiar unusual look at life.  Songwriters in Nashville prove it with the songs they write.  Songs like:

How can I miss you when you won't go away?
If the phone doesn't ring, you'll know it's me.
When you leave, walk out backwards so I'll think you're walking in.
If I'd shot you when I wanted to, I'd be out by now.
If you won't leave me alone, I'll find someone who will.
I'm so miserable without you, it's almost like having you here.
Sorry I made you cry, but at least your face is cleaner.
Take me out to the cornfield, honey.  I'll kiss you between the ears.

These are songs!

The oil is all in Texas, but the dipsticks are in D.C.

And my all time favorite unusual song... This is kind of romantic, so men, you may want to reach over and hold her hand — if it's your wife.  Or you may want to just slip your hand around her shoulder somewhere during this song, and say: Honey, that's from me to you.

"If My Nose Was Running Money" By Aaron Wilburn 

You ask me if I love you,
and if my love is true.
Well if I were a rich man,
here's what I'd do.

I'd buy you a diamond ring
and a new fur coat or two.
If my nose was running money,
I'd blow it all on you.

If my nose was running money
I'd blow it all on you.
I'd buy you a Cadillac,
a new Mercedes, too.

I'd build you a mansion
up on that mountain top.
If my nose was running money
But honey, it's snot.

If my nose was running money
you'd have anything you please.
Any time you wanted cash,
all I'd have to do is sneeze.

Honey, you'd win the lottery
when I have a cold or flu.
If my nose was running money,
I'd blow it all on you.

It's a booger of a problem,
I've got.
I wish my nose was running money,
but it's snot.

I'd buy you a diamond ring,
a new fur coat or two.
If my nose was running money,
I'd blow it all on you.

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