Artie Weitz

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His Momma Rides A Harley

Written By: Artie Weitz & Eric Corne

HIS MOMMA RIDES A HARLEY
Artie Weitz & Eric Corne

I heard his momma has burned her business suits and sold her mini van
Now that junior got his license
She's a leather vixen darlin' turnin' heads of every man
Since she slid into tight pants

Why couldn't she have been that way with me
The hot momma in my fantasy
It's just so hard to believe, that

His momma rides a Harley
Oh yes she does
I said his momma rides a Harley
Got a brand new love
Yeah his momma rides a Harley
That ain't all she does

She gave work her walkin' papers and road off into the sun
On her shiny blue Road King
And I bet you there's a tattoo, maybe even more than one
And a belly button piercing

And they say she likes to ride real fast
While laughin' at the cars she's passed
But it's just so hard to believe, that

His momma rides a Harley
Oh yes she does
I said his momma rides a Harley
Got a brand new love
Yeah his momma rides a Harley
That ain't all she does
I wish she'd take a ride with me

Ain't it funny how the tables turned
Now she's the one who's runnin' round
Shame it took her so long to learn
But look who's lovin' her freedom now

His momma's now a biker and I just don't understand
How could she be so carefree
In her tiny little tank top she don't seem to give a damn
What they say a momma should be

She likes the feelin' of the open air
She don't even mind the helmet hair
But it's still so hard to believe it

Yeah his momma rides a Harley
Oh yes she does
I said his momma rides a Harley
Got a brand new love
Yeah his momma rides a Harley
Well that ain't all she does
Yeah his momma rides a Harley
Found a brand new love
I wish she'd take a ride with me

©2004 Contact: Artie Weitz, 818-344-4780, artieweitz@aol.com

I'm Only Stayin' For The Dog

Written By: Artie Weitz

I'M ONLY STAYIN' FOR THE DOG
Artie Weitz

I could leave her in a heartbeat and barely shed a tear
And I should be on my way but somethin' else keeps me here
It's not her money, not her body, or how she keeps me warm in bed
What keeps me hangin' round is something else instead

I'm only stayin' for the dog
I'm only stayin' for the dog, that's all
My love for her's long gone
I'm only stayin' for the dog

When I gave her Duke for Christmas I thought we'd never end
But who knew she'd rather be out shoppin' with her friends
While she is out there spending without care Duke is always by my side
So if I take off with him don't be too surprised

I'm only stayin' for the dog
I'm only stayin' for the dog, that's all
My love for her's long gone
I'm only stayin' for the dog

Gonna find me a dog-lovin' lawyer who can prove what I'm talkin' about
That Duke should be with his daddy, then we'll be movin' out

I'm only stayin' for the dog
I'm only stayin' for the dog, that's all
My love for her's long gone
I'm only stayin' for the dog

©2004 Contact: Artie Weitz, 818-344-4780, artieweitz@aol.com

Superman Turn Back Time

Written By: Artie Weitz

SUPERMAN TURN BACK TIME
Artie Weitz

Superman turn back time
Spin the world back when she was mine
My life needs to rewind
So Superman, turn back time

I used to marvel at your strength
And how you'd go to any length
To save the day
God's got priorities
That's why I need your abilities
So she won't go way

Superman turn back time
Spin the world back when she was mine
My life needs to rewind
So Superman, turn back time

I saw you do it for Lois Lane
Cause even you couldn't stand the pain
Of losing her
Mistakes I made I can't erase
That far exceeded the price I paid
Of this much hurt

Superman turn back time
Spin the world back when she was mine
My life needs to rewind
So Superman, turn back time

There's nothing left that I can do
No magic potion I can brew
So my last resort is begging you

Superman turn back time
Spin the world back when she was mine
My life needs to rewind
So Superman you're the only man who can
Spin the world back when she was mine
My life needs to rewind
So Superman, turn back time
Ah Superman, turn back time

©2004 Contact: Artie Weitz, 818-344-4780, artieweitz@aol.com