Hart Brothers
Fifty Fifty Man
Fifty, Fifty Man
I'm the kind of guy - I like things fare from the start
I met this pretty girl - I gave away my heart
Then came that blessed day - I asked her for her hand
You can call me Dutch - cause I'm a fifty, fifty man
So before I got married - I asked my dad for his advice
How can I do my half - and have a happy life
How much money, or what star - will make my dreams, come true
I wanna do my half - please tell me what to do
He said there ain't no fifty, fifty - in true life or true love
Don't put your trust in money - or the stars up above
For every deal, in life - or to make, love content
You'll find that someone - had to go - fifty one percent
He said ,once I had a friend - who was down on his luck
He got sick n lost his job - couldn't keep his bills paid up
His wife took the load - she carried them on through
She did what she had to - here's my advice to you
Son there ain't no fifty, fifty - in true life or true love
Put all your trust in god - and the women that you love
If you want to be happy - it won't cost you a cent
Sometimes, you may have to go - fifty one percent

Sometimes, you may have to go - fifty one percent
Lyrics Credits: Al & Buddy Hart
Music Credits: Hart Brothers
Producer Credits: Hart Brothers Music
Publisher Credits: ALBUD Pub.
Performance Credits: Hart Brothers
Label Credits: ALBUD
Short Song Description:
In a relationship there is no equal
Long Song Description:
In real life or in any deal, or relationship, there cannot be a 50 50
split some one has to be willing to take that extra step to close the deal.
Hence 51%
Story Behind the Song:
My son was getting married. I told him some one has to be able step up and lead
even if it takes more than your share of the effort.
Song Length: 2:37
Primary Genre: Country-Americana
Secondary Genre: Country-Bluegrass
Tempo: Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Philosophy
Subject Matter 2: General
Mood 1: Cheerful
Mood 2: Pleasant
Similar Artist 1: Alan Jackson
Similar Artist 2: Del Mccoury
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later