They give her no credit they go to her past
by Francis Duggan
Say that she was ex druggie and her new look won't last
She once worked in a brothel on sleaze side of town
And though she lives clean now they still put her down.
A family woman to good man good wife
And with two lovely children she live a clean life
But the knockers still knock her such cruel things they say
And her past held against her it won't go away
And the knockers still knock her it doesn't seem quite fair
As she's changed for the better and her type are so rare
And though the knockers too many and the fair minded too few
Credit ought be given where credit is due
And if you are not perfect yourself then leave others alone
As the one without sin ought to cast the first stone.