"Break the Rules (Medley)" as written by and Richard John/young Parfitt....
Spent a long, long evening in a honky-tonk bar
Pulled a low down lady with a long black honky-tonk car
I asked no questions, got no lies
I walked off with her, I didn't want any ties
And I knew it wasn't right
But everybody has to sometimes break the rules

Took me down on the highway doin' too may miles an hour
By that way she motor-talked we might have made the Eiffel Tower
She stopped her motor by her own front door
I knew she'd done it so many times before
And I was offered the floor
But everybody has to sometimes break the rules

I woke up next morning feeling kind of up and down
'Cause I did not know if I was in or out of town
Then I saw the face from the night before
Purse was empty and lying there on the floor
But like I told you before
That everybody has to sometimes break the rules

Spent a low down evening sitting high on a honky-tonk stool
And I spent my money like a low down honky-tonk fool
But everybody has to sometimes break the rules


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"Break the Rules" as written by Jonas Soerensen Dennis Bohn

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