"Trailer Park Tune" as written by and Pat Green....
Marty had a boutique on the corner,
Stanley was a trucker by his trade,
And every time that Marty would shake her tail feathers,
It would go and make old Stanley's day.
They'd go bowling every Tuesday,
Down there at the Waco Fair Lanes,
They'd drink a couple beers,
Roll a couple spares,
Then it's off to the trailer,
Willie Nelson all the way.

[Chorus]
Yeah life here in the trailer park is fine,
You know that we've been living it everyday,
I got me a good looking woman I got me some indoor plumbing,
And I wouldn't have it any other way.
The trailer was a sight to see don't you know,
Stanley said man double wide is the only way to go,
We got the hurricane package,
With the tires up on the roof,
A satellite dish out back,
Tin foil in the windows.

[Chorus]

Things got a little tight that summer,
Marty had to take a second job,
Seems money was the answer,
So she became a dancer,
Down there at the local topless bar.

[Chorus: x2]


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