"Jeannie With the Light Brown Cadillac" as written by Red Simpson and Buck Owens....
I dream of Jeannie with the light brown Cadillac
She's got more dollars than Carter's got pills
I dream of Jeannie with the light brown Cadillac
And oh, oh all her dollar bills

Well, Jeannie wasn't too much to look at
She could never win a beauty contest
But when it comes to money or beauty
I think, I like money the best

Jeannie used to take me out
Drivin' up and down the street
And every time you'd see us, we'd be different
She had that Caddy for each day of the week

That's why, I dream of Jeannie with the light brown Cadillac
She's got more dollars than Carter's got pills
I dream of Jeannie with the light brown Cadillac
And oh, oh all her dollar bills

Then Jeannie went to New York City
And she never came back to our town
I heard she married some city slicker
And now Jeannie's settled down

But I still dream of Jeannie with the light brown Cadillac
She's got more dollars than Carter's got pills
I dream of Jeannie with the light brown Cadillac
And oh, oh all her dollar bills
And oh, oh all her dollar bills


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"Jeannie with the Light Brown Cadillac" as written by Red Simpson Buck Owens

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