Jesica Lynn - Not Your Woman | Jessica Lynn

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About the artist

Jessica Lynn, the country girl from New York being hailed as “Country Music’s fastest rising star,” the “new woman in Country Music,” and “Shania’s successor” has in this past year made a name for herself amongst Country Music’s elite.

This past year, her second full length PBS television special “Jessica Lynn – Takin’ Over – Live at The Paramount,” went nationwide and was seen by millions across America. The show has run alongside her still airing 2014 debut concert television special, “This Much Fun – Live from the Winery at St. George,” making Jessica Lynn one of only a few artists to ever have two (2) nationwide television special airing at the same time!

Jessica has shared stages with some of Country Music’s biggest names, Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, Clint Black, Montgomery Gentry, Hank Williams Jr., Lady Antebellum, The Band Perry, Toby Keith, Jo Dee Messina, Jake Owen, Sammy Kershaw, Phil Vasser and others.

2016 will see Jessica Lynn taking “New York Country” around the world on her first international tour of the UK, Europe and Canada as well as her highly anticipated third tour of the US.

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((Verse 1))
Today I found out my man had one on the side
I knew that all my fears that kept me up at night were true, look at you.
Thought that you were clever, thought you’d double dip,
For that you need some brains my man and you got jipped, it’s true, look at you.
You ain’t got nothing if you don’t got me
So good luck baby you are gonna see
That I was the best you’d ever meet
So take a good look as you watch me leave.
I’m not your woman, I’m not your toy
I’m not someone you run around on then come back to little boy.
I’m not angry, not even sad.
I’m just glad I know by now that you are nothin’ more than bad.
I’m through, I’m done, ain’t no more I can say except
It’s too late now, just get outta my way, hey hey hey.
((Verse 2))
I’m sick of all your phone calls, all your mail, that gift,
I threw it in the trash after I opened it, it’s true. Look at you.
Trying to make up for everything you’ve done, you should have thought of that before you had your fun, it’s true. Boo hoo.
It just feels so good that...