"Big City Stripper" as written by and Cory Morrow....
She's a waitress right now in some rundown Mickey-Mouse town
But on weekends she's a big city striptease
Now she looks pretty sleek and for a dollar a peek
You can make her acquaintance and then leave

Her papa, he don't know, his little baby takes off her clothes
He don't ever ask how she pays the rent
Yeah, but I go to see her dance at just about every chance
And she leaves me with a feeling it was money well spent

She's a big city stripper and all the cowboys love to tip her
Spendin' their lives in a velvet seat
Five dollars a beer, good gosh, I never-ever want to leave here
She's my big city stripper and I think she's in love with me

Now her life's a sordid wreck, she seldom gets any respect
Yeah, but she's only doing what she loves the most
And my loving her is a task 'cause she's always showing off her class
And she's what all men want from coast to coast

Now, I've spent the last ten years just trying to face my fears
Worried about what all my friends might say
Yeah, but it's kinda fun to dream, I just kick back and drink
I watch her dance and see my troubles stripped away

She's a big city stripper and all the cowboys love to tip her
Spendin' their lives in a velvet seat
Five dollars a beer, good gosh, I never-ever want to leave here
She's my big city stripper and I think she's in love with me

She's a waitress right now in some rundown Mickey-Mouse town
On the weekends she's a big city striptease


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