Song Lyric Sunday: I Cain’t Say No

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This week’s theme, according to newepicauthor, who hosts this challenge, is “no.” The song I’m featuring is from the musical, Oklahoma. I can understand how the girl in the song feels about not being able to say no, but at least I can say no to what she can’t. How about you?

Oklahoma—I Cain’t Say No

It ain’t so much a question of not knowin’ what to do
I knowed what’s right an’ wrong since I been ten.
I heared a lot of stories an’ I reckon they are true
About how girls are put upon by men.
I know I mustn’t fall into the pit
But when I’m with a feller, I fergit!

I’m just a girl who cain’t say ‘No’
I’m in a terrible fix!
I always say ‘Come on, let’s go’
just when I oughta say ‘Nix.’
When a person tries to kiss a girl
I know…

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8 Responses to Song Lyric Sunday: I Cain’t Say No

  1. Thank you for the re-blog.


  2. heahtmonster says:

    Don’t forget that ancient Cristmas Carol It Cain’t upon a midnight clear

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  3. Patty, you don’t need to apologize. I was asking him, not you. Apparently, he doesn’t check back for follow-up comments. I’m sorry he’s giving you such trouble.


    • Patty says:

      No he doesn’t.

      In fact, he wrote me this afternoon saying he had apologized but I see no sign of his comment.

      I’m only going to give this one more day then I’ll be taking further action.

      It’s alright. It’s just one more sign that people aren’t at all who you think them to be in my world.

      Liked by 1 person

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