Cindy Moskovitz

Cindy Moskovitz

 Nashville, Tennessee, USA
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Catch and Release

Written By: Cindy Moskovitz

Catch and Release

You're getting ready for another fishin trip
Seems like you were just away last week
Didn't catch much, said they just weren't biting
Well, I think something's starting to stink

You get so excited
When you get to organizin
The tackle box with all them flies
That Old Spice you threw in there
Is that for you or the fish?
Cause that stuff won't cover up your lies or your alibi

I know the river's a deceiver
You always like to tell me
bout the one that got away
And I can hear you say

CHORUS
She was short and kinda pretty
She took all the fight I had in me
When she wiggled it nearly knocked me off my feet
Had to let her go, ain't it a pity
It's hard to get used to catch and release

You said they just ain't biting
And when they do you gotta let em go
The fun is always in the fighting
And then you ain't got nothin to show

I was jealous and I admit it
Not knowing what's tugging at the end of your line
You almost reeled me in
But I ain't hanging on this time
I'm the big one that got way
I'm sure that's the way the story goes
You'll just have to make your peace
Its hard to get used to catch and release

(Man sings)
I fought to hold on
But she was too strong
So I let her go, and I’m sure she knows
That she’s the one that got away, and to this day
I’ll never get used to catch and release.
CHORUS
She was short and really pretty
She took all the fight I had in me
Had a wiggle that knocked me off my feet
Had to let her go, ain't it a pity
I’ll never get used to catch and release