Two black Cadillacs driving in a slow parade

Headlights shining bright in the middle of the day

One is for his wife,

The other for the woman who loved him at night

Two black Cadillacs meeting for the first time

And the preacher said he was a good man

And his brother said he was a good friend

But the women in the two black veils didn’t bother to cry

Bye bye, bye bye, bye

Yeah they took turns laying a rose down

Threw a handful of dirt into the deep ground

He’s not the only one who had a secret to hide

Bye bye, bye bye, bye Bye

Two black Cadillacs, two black Cadillacs

Two months ago his wife called the number on his phone

Turns out he'd been lying to both of them for oh so long

They decided then he’d never get away with doing this to them

Two black Cadillacs waiting for the right time, right time

It was the first and the last time they saw each other face to face

They shared a crimson smile and just walked away

And left the secret at the grave