© 2019 Julie Gibb Music

Words & Music by Julie Gibb (SOCAN/BMI)

Rewriting History

Little girls don't dream at night of growing up to be the other woman
No one hopes that Mr. Right will have a family waiting back at home
It's true, I should have run away the moment that I knew that you were taken
But starving hearts sometimes pursue things they know are better left alone
When you walked away you didn't have to say that I was never anything to you
Couldn't be enough that you were moving on, but you had to leave me feeling like a fool
So I'll take all the blame, and you can walk away
You can say that you were playing, like you weren't everything to me
And if your wife believes your fiction, though it's full of contradictions
In your heart you'll know you're rewriting history
I'm getting better every day not caring much what people say about me
My cherished self-delusion was more costly than I ever could have planned
Something tells me later on, mine won't be the only heart you've broken
But any fool who falls for you, I do believe, deserves a better man
I'm content to pay for my mistakes, I guess that's more than I can say for you
At least I never lived a lie, and my heart was guiding every single move
But I'll take all the blame, and you can walk away
You can say that you were playing, like you weren't everything to me
And if your wife believes your fiction, though it's full of contradictions
In your heart you'll know you're rewriting history
In your heart you'll know you're rewriting history
Little girls don't dream at night of growing up to be the other woman.

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In the Studio:

Julie Gibb - guitar, bass, vocals

Catherine Marx - keyboards

Russ Pahl - steel guitar

Studio Pros - drums

Engineered by Cliff Goldmacher, David Luciani, Adam Royce

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