badge and a gun
from: front porch to the moon
-- ©2005 by Dennis McGregor

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It ain't easy being married to a cop,
you could be runnin' from the law in your very own home.
The unfair advantages never ever stop,
she wears 'em 'round the house and she likes to show 'em.

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Badge and a gun, badge and a gun.
She knows how to get it done.
Badge and a gun, badge and a gun.
Puts an end to the argument before it's begun.

When she comes home she says "Up against the wall"
I say "Yes sir, ma'am" as she fondles her baton.
She says "Relax baby, let's have a ball."
Then I wake up in the morning with the handcuffs on.

(Chorus)

You get away with nothin' when you're married to a cop,
like livin' in a speed trap or a tow-away zone.
Like lookin' over your shoulder when you're comin' to a stop
with a camera on the dash and a bug on the phone.

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Badge and a gun, badge and a gun,
talk about how the west was won.
Badge and a gun, badge and a gun,
sunglasses and a uniform, badge and a gun
sunglasses and a uniform, badge and a gun,
sunglasses and a uniform, badge, and a gun.

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