Poems & Lyrics
This website is for author Daniel Kuhnley. You can find information about his novels and writing here.
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Pretty much every song I ever write I have the perfect band or singer in mind to sing it. The following song is no exception. One of my all-time favorite singers is David Coverdale of Whitesnake. If you know Whitesnake (how could anyone not!), just imagine them singing and playing the song below. 😉

She was nothing but Trouble When she walked through that door Jaws started dropping Right to the floor   She was a Grade ‘A’ woman With curves to kill When she strutted on by The whole room stood still   She was nothing but Trouble Yeah, that was her name When hearts started breaking She was to blame   She was so good-looking Easy on the eyes Every man wanted her It was no surprise   She was Trouble With a Capital ‘ T ‘ She was Trouble Anyone could easily see   Nothing but Trouble But I didn’t care A whole lot of Trouble I was caught in her snare   Trouble When she sets her eyes on you Trouble There’s nothing you can do   Trouble Like I said, that’s her name Trouble I’m ready to play her game   Trouble Baby, I’m ready to win Trouble I’ll do anything to get in…   Trouble

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