You Ain't Right Lyrics

by Joey and Rory

If you can't buy groceries this week
'Cause you put your check down on a big screen
You ain't right
You're in your thirties without a job
And you're still living with your mom
You ain't right

You go to your great uncle's wake
And you leave there with a hot date
You find a deer on the side of the road
Check his pulse and you take him home

If you're gonna leave early from the bar
'Cause your kids are out there waiting in the car
You ain't right

You ain't right to say the least you're different
A couple quarts shy and a few screws missing
Bless your heart, look around

We're all an ounce or two short of a pound
Lord knows you're not alone and we're all a little wrong
But you ain't right

Now if your truck cost more than your house
Your girlfriend don't know about your spouse
You ain't right

Or if you're past old enough to drive
You're still struggling through junior high
You ain't right

If your wife's mowing the lawn
While you're fishing all weekend long
Or you show up late for church
Smelling like beer in a wife beater shirt

Or you're standing in a checkout line
Something reeks and you just smile
No, you ain't right

You ain't right to say the least you're different
A couple quarts shy and a few screws missing
Bless your heart, look around

We're all an ounce or two short of a pound
Lord knows you're not alone and we're all a little wrong
But you ain't right

You ain't right to say the least you're different
A couple quarts shy and a few screws missing
Bless your heart, look around

We're all an ounce or two short of a pound
Lord knows you're not alone and we're all a little wrong
But you ain't right

Son, your lights, they may be on
But you're not always home
Yeah, we're all a little wrong
But you ain't right