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Hello Trouble

Title Hello Trouble
Artist The Desert Rose Band
Writer(s Orville Couch, Eddie McDuff
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Hello Trouble - from Wikipedia

"Hello Trouble" is a song written by Orville Couch and Eddie McDuff and was recorded by Couch in 1962. Couch's version made number 5 on the country charts that year, via Vee-Jay Records. Buck Owens and the Buckaroos also covered the song on the album Together Again, released in the summer of 1964. This version was later included on the soundtrack to Crazy Heart in 2009. LaWanda Lindsey covered the song in 1974 for  Capitol Records. Her version charted at number 62. It was then recorded by American country music/country rock group The Desert Rose Band and released in July 1989 as the fourth and final single from the album, Running. The song reached #11 on both the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart.
Lyrics Woke up this morning
Happy as could be
Looked out my window
And what did I see?
A comin' up my sidewalk
Just as plain as day
A well a here come trouble that I never thought I'd see
When you went away

Hello trouble, come on in
You talk about heartaches
Where'n the world ya been?
I ain't had the miseries
Since you been gone
Hello trouble, trouble, trouble
Welcome home

We'll make a pot of coffee
And you can rest your shoes
A you can tell me them sweet lies
And I'll listen to you
For I'm just a little part of
Of the life you've lived
But I'd rather have a little bit of trouble
Than to never know the love you give

Hello trouble, come on in
You talk about heartaches
Where'n the world ya been?
I ain't had the miseries
Since you been gone
Hello trouble, trouble, trouble
Welcome home
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