"Down at the Corner Beer Joint" as written by and Willie Nelson....
Down at the corner beer joint, dancin' on the Rock 'n' Roll
Sister likes to do it Lord, sister likes to move her soul
Down at the corner beer joint, dancin' on a hardwood floor
Her jeans fit a little bit tighter than they did before
Than they did before, than they did before
Her jeans fit a little bit tighter than they did before

Down at corner beer joint dancing to the Rock 'n' Roll
Sister likes to do it Lord, sister likes to move her soul
Likes to move her soul, move her soul
Sister likes to do it Lord, sister likes to move her soul
Sister comin' home, Momma gonna let her sleep the whole day long
Sister comin' home, Momma gonna let her sleep the whole day long


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"Down at the Corner Beer Joint" as written by Willie Nelson

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