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Miss Muffet...(country lyrics)

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Lucinder
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0 posted 12-24-1999 08:54 PM       View Profile for Lucinder   Email Lucinder   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Lucinder


Miss Muffet
                                By S.Sauls
                         Lyrics for country sound

   Well you could tell by her shape that she had had her curds and whey
         The whole place turned around when she walked in that day
           She's had enough of nature from her neck of the woods
          And she walked in struttin it, boy she was lookin good

            Well every man wondered if he'd ever stand a chance
            Tryin to get the courage up to ask her for a dance
        The band played a special song and turned the jukebox down
           And everyone was dancin when Miss Muffet came to town

                                 [chorus]
                          Well, her mama's not beside her
                            She ain't afraid of spiders
                      She's old enough for honky-tonkin bliss

                           And you could see them bricks
                           In the way she swang'er hips
                    Little Miss Muffet's never looked like this

                              Now pretty Miss Muffet
                               Is shakin her tuffet
                         And she ain't turnin anybody down

                             It was time for romancin
                              And everyone was dancin
                           When Miss Muffet came to town

             Well, she started the party, she started the show
               Drinkin Texas Cider and a double Frosted Coke
              She started a line-dance back out on the floor
          She danced the last dance then she headed for the door

                                  bridge

    Well if you think that you missed out on Miss Muffet's big romance
          Well don't you even worry, you can have a second chance
         She said she'd never learned to honky-tonk it just right
            So Miss Muffet's takin lessons every Saturday night

                             back to [chorus]

                       When Miss Muffet came to town
                       When Miss Muffet came to town



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1 posted 12-24-1999 10:28 PM       View Profile for Marge Tindal   Email Marge Tindal   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Marge Tindal's Home Page   View IP for Marge Tindal

Just too funny.
Great lyrics.
~*Marge*~


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Very funny!

 Denise


 
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