When I was a small girl, when I was a small girl
I rode to any town they told me of

Dirty towns, you own me, now dirty towns you own me
And love is a sore upon the tongue

When I was a small girl, and thing began to swell
I put my body right to work, and let people pay me well

With one arm around the sinner, and one stretched towards the sea, I leave my troubles with the street

And so long Arizona, and hold on San Antonio, it laid spread wide in the yard, with legs spread wide now and we go

Hold on Arizona, and so long San Antonio, it laid spread wide in the yard, with legs spread wide now and we go

When I was a small girl, and things began to swell
I put my body right to work and let the people pay me well





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