"Paris, Tennessee" as written by John Scott Sherrill, Bob Di Piero and Dennis Anthony Robbins....
I may not have a whole lot of money
But I got enough to cover you and me
I'm taking off won't you come with me honey
Gonna take you all the way to Paris, Tennessee

I want to show you the riviera
Got new tires and a good C.B.
Put on some lipstick and your mascara
Cause were going all the way to Paris, Tennessee

Baby I adore you
Don't say I never done nothin' for you
That just ain't true

Baby, I adore you
Don't say I never done nothin' for you
That just ain't true

We may not see no Eiffel tower
But I got a cousin that I want you to meet
And he can pick the wildwood flower
Better than anybody down in Paris, Tennessee

We're goin' all the way to Paris, Tennessee

Oo la la baby


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